Kitchen Safety: Simple Steps to Avoid Food Poisoning Motion Graphic Video

Kitchen Safety: Simple Steps to Avoid Food Poisoning Motion Graphic Video

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Date Posted:
August 04, 2015

Did you know 1 in 6 Americans gets sick every year from food poisoning? There are simple steps to reduce your risk! Learn how with this informative motion graphic.

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