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Category: Safety

Even though it’s not an official holiday, Halloween is much beloved by children and adults alike. What could be more fun than trick-or-treating, apple bobbing, or costume parties?

To make sure treats are safe for children, follow these simple steps:

Snacking: ...

Posted in: Holidays | Safety | Seasonal
Tagged: Holiday

USDA recognizes National Preparedness Month with guidelines to make food safety part of your family’s emergency plan before, during, and after a storm.

Posted in: Food Safety | Safety | Seasonal
Tagged: Food Safety

How many times have you gone into your pantry or refrigerator, only to find that what you were going to use in your meal was spoiled? The USDA, Cornell University and the Food Marketing Institute would like to help you avoid that problem in the future with our new application, the FoodKeeper. ...

Posted in: Food Safety | Media | Safety
  • Make sure the company sends perishable items, like meat or poultry, cold or frozen and packed with a cold source. It should be packed in foam or heavy corrugated cardboard.
  • The food should be
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Posted in: Safety

There is a new Food Safety public service announcement online with helpful advice on how to keep food safe for consumption. The latest video is called “Contaminated Carbo Load.”

The Ad Council and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, in partnership with ...

Posted in: Safety
Tagged: Video | Ad Council