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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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Have You Washed Your Hands Lately?

As the temperatures decrease, it’s nice and cozy indoors. But be sure to wash your hands before indulging in your favorite winter snacks.

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Four Easy New Year’s Resolutions to Be Food Safe

FDA suggests New Year’s resolutions for keeping food safe and your family healthy in 2016.

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2015 Food Safety Year in Review

FoodSafety.gov looks back at the food safety activities and accomplishments of 2015.

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“Tiger Meat”: A Holiday No-No

During the holiday season, there are many unique holiday dishes that are steeped in tradition. None is more unsafe than, the dish “tiger meat” or “cannibal sandwich.”...

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