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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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Food Safety and Kids

Learn how to keep kids safe from foodborne illness this holiday season.

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Food Safety for the Latino Community During “Navidad” (Christmas) and “Fin de Año” (End of the Year)

USDA shares food safety holiday tips for the Latino community.

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Holiday Party Buffets: Avoiding Party Crashers

USDA explains how to safely prepare, serve and clean up a buffet-style holiday gathering.

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Food Safety Tips for Gifting Food This Holiday Season

USDA provides tips for sending special holiday food deliveries so they are safe for your recipients to consume.

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The Perfect Holiday Gifts for Home Chefs

USDA has holiday gift recommendations for that chef on your list. Give the gift of food safety this year.

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How to be a Savvy Shopper with Savory Leftovers

Get smart about all of those Thanksgiving left-overs by planning ahead for more delicious, safe meals after the holiday.

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Cook Your Turkey Like a P.R.O.

The countdown is over, and the big day is finally here.  It’s Thanksgiving Day, and the family is on the way, most likely with growling tummies.  You may have been preparing all month, but if not, no worries!  We’ve got you covered on how to...

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