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Tag: Kitchen

Deciding what to do with food before, during, and after the storm can be very confusing. If your power goes out, you should know how to keep the food in your refrigerator and freezer safe. Use this blog to learn the steps to keeping your food safe and preventing foodborne illness if the power ...

Posted in: At-Risk | Events | Food Safety | Illness

Everyone loves a good summertime cookout. It’s a great time to have a little fun in the sun with friends and family.  But do you know who else loves the hot weather? Bacteria that causes food poisoning.  Here are some food safe guidelines to help you and your family stay food safe this grilling ...

Posted in: At-Risk | Events | Food Safety | Illness

How many times have you gone into your pantry or refrigerator, only to find that what you were going to use in your meal was spoiled? The USDA, Cornell University and the Food Marketing Institute would like to help you avoid that problem in the future with our new application, the FoodKeeper. ...

Posted in: Food Safety | Media | Safety

Food poisoning is a serious public health threat. CDC estimates that approximately 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) could suffer from food poisoning illness this year, resulting in roughly 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths.

Posted in: Food Safety
Tagged: WEBINAR | Kitchen

STOP! Don’t throw that food away! It might be safe to use, and that will save you money. According to USDA’s Economic Research Service, each American wastes more than 20 pounds of food every month. That’s about $115 billion worth of good food thrown away every year at the consumer level in the U ...

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