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Be Food Safe: Protect Yourself from Food Poisoning

Prevent food poisoning by knowing about common foodborne illnesses and their symptoms, and practicing food safety while preparing meals.

Wash Your Hands

Handwashing is one of the best ways to prevent foodborne illness. CDC tells you why, and how to properly wash your hands.

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USDA Food Safety Tips for Reducing Food Waste and Preventing Illness

As we gear up for Earth Day, USDA has some helpful recommendations on how to reduce food waste and serve safer food.

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World Health Day 2016 – Beat Diabetes

This year’s World Health Day theme is “Beat Diabetes.” FDA has tips for preventing foodborne illness among individuals living with diabetes.

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Keep Foodborne Illness on the Bench for Spring Sports

Spring is a special time in the sports world; Major League Baseball (MLB) begins its regular season while the National Hockey League (NHL) and National Basketball Association (NBA) begin their playoffs. As diehard sports fans dig into the latest statistics about their favorite teams, we want to...

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What You Need to Know About Raw (Unpasteurized) Milk

Raw milk can carry harmful bacteria, and increase your risk of foodborne illness. Learn more about how to keep milk safe.

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No Matter if it’s a Chop, Crown, or Kabob…Stay Safe with Easter Lamb

If you’re celebrating Easter or spring with your favorite lamb meal, know what to look for in the store, and how to prepare and cook it safely.

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Winner Winner Chicken Liver

Giblets are the heart, liver, and gizzard of poultry carcasses. USDA has information on how to safely handle giblets to prevent foodborne illness.

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Test Your Produce Safety Savvy

How well do you make good produce safety choices? CDC has tips for safe shopping and food preparation.

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Handling Frozen Food – Cook it Safe

Frozen food is an easy go-to for a quick meal. But remember these FDA tips to avoid foodborne illness from frozen snacks or meals.

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