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Keep Your Easter Ham and Eggs Pathogen-Free This Year

If you’re reading this blog, chances are, you enjoy eating ham. After a day of hunting for eggs and chasing the kids around the yard on Easter, it’s time for the family to enjoy that delicious ham they have been waiting for.

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Fruit and Vegetable Safety

Eating a diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables provides important health benefits, but it’s important that you select and prepare them safely.

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Raw (Unpasteurized) Milk

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14 Tips for a Healthy Valentine's Dinner

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Game Day Food Safety Tips

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Don’t Let the End Zone Become the Danger Zone: Your Guide to Hosting a Penalty-Free Super Bowl Party

Don’t Let the End Zone Become the Danger Zone: Your Guide to Hosting a Penalty-Free Super Bowl Party

It’s time for the big game, which also means it’s time to host your friends...

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Four Easy New Year’s Resolutions to be Food Safe

At the New Year many of us think about changes to make our lives happier and healthier and resolve to carry them out.

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Holiday Leftovers? We've Got You Covered!

All good things must come to an end, including the holidays. But leftovers from your holiday celebrations can help stretch out your holiday cheer.

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Food Safety Tips for the Holidays

Feasting with family and friends is part of many holiday celebrations. Follow these simple tips to keep safe from food poisoning, or foodborne illness, during the holidays.

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Don’t Get Roasted by Foodborne Illness This Winter

The holidays are all about sharing, having fun and, of course…food!!! I bet you will agree that a good holiday get-together always includes delicious traditional dishes or special recipes.

If you are hosting a holiday party this winter you have probably already started thinking about...

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