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My Favorite Class is Lunch

Use this poem to help children learn food safety best practices.

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Back-to-School Supply Checklist

There’s a certain week when you know the summer is over. It’s when you start seeing the school supply section take over your grocery and department stores. Parents and children, clutching supply lists, cautiously circle the stacks of paper, notebooks, markers and backpacks as they make their...

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Keeping Backyard Poultry

If you keep live poultry, learn how to reduce your chances of getting sick from Salmonella.

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Salmonella and Food

Food poisoning from Salmonella is more common in the summer. Check your food safety steps to avoid foodborne illness.

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Who You Gonna Call?

USDA’s Meat and Poultry Hotline can answer all kinds of food safety questions.

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FoodKeeper App Updated with Spanish and Portuguese Language Functionality

The FoodKeeper application has expanded its language offerings, and is now available in Spanish and Portuguese.

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Food Safety at Fairs and Festivals

Attendees and employees of outdoor fairs and festivals can take precautions to avoid getting sick from foodborne illness.

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Americans Reminded to Avoid Foodborne Bacteria on the 4th of July

Foodborne bacteria spread easier during the warm summer months. Avoid food poisoning this 4th of July holiday by remembering these food safety tips.

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You Can Help Detect and Solve Outbreaks of Foodborne Disease

American consumers can play a part in preventing and investigating foodborne outbreaks.

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Home Canning and Botulism

Home canning can be risky if not done properly. CDC has tips for safely canning your vegetables, and how to detect and prevent botulism.

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