American consumers can play a part in preventing and investigating foodborne outbreaks.
Home canning can be risky if not done properly. CDC has tips for safely canning your vegetables, and how to detect and prevent botulism.
Did you know that rice and rice cereals may contain arsenic? If you’re pregnant or have children, find out how to protect yourself from food poisoning.
Raw milk can carry harmful bacteria, and increase your risk of foodborne illness. Learn more about how to keep milk safe.
CDC’s Vital Signs report, “Working Together to Stop Outbreaks and Make Food Safer,” shares data from multistate outbreaks, and recommendations on how government and food industry can work together to prevent foodborne illness.