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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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What is Food Spoilage?

Learn signs of food spoilage, what causes it, and how to prevent your food from spoiling.

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14 Tips for a Healthy Valentine’s Dinner

Don’t let foodborne illness ruin your Valentine’s Day date. Learn how to be food safe whether you’re eating out or enjoying a romantic evening at home.

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Score Big: Six Game Rules for a Food-Safe Buffet

No matter what you serve or eat on game day, avoid food safety penalties by following these six game rules from CDC.

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Tackling Cross Contamination One Play at a Time

Prevent foodborne illness at your football viewing parties by avoiding cross-contamination at the grocery store and at home.

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50 Years of Super Bowl and Food Safety Changes

This year marks the 50th Super Bowl – and a lot of progress for food safety too.

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Five Ways FDA Rules Will Make Your Food Safer

Learn how rules from the FDA ensure the food you purchase and consume is safe for you and your family.

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