Food Safety

Fire Up the Barbecue

As the weather gets warmer, people spend more time outside and one of the most celebrated outdoor activities is the good old American barbecue.

Take control of your family's health in four easy steps: wash your hands, refrigerate perishables, keep raw meat separate, and cook to proper temperatures.

Packing a Safe Lunch for School

Keep your child's lunch safe by packing it in an insulated lunch bag with an ice pack to keep foods cold.

Between school, work and play, many meals are eaten away from home. Whether it's a packed lunch, a picnic or takeout, handling food properly is key to staying well.

Holiday Helper Safe Cooking Temperature Chart

Use this quick reference temperature chart to ensure your holiday dishes are safe and delicious.

Holidays are a time of year filled with family, friends, festivities...and food! With more cooks in the kitchen, it's also a great time to remember the benefits of food safety.

Food Safety Tips for Cooking with Eggs

Be sure to keep these food safety tips in mind when buying, storing and cooking with eggs.

For most meals, food safety starts in the grocery store aisle. Learn which simple precautions you can take while shopping to prevent foodborne illness.

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