Food Safety at Home

Avoid Barbecue Blunders with Simple Home Food Safety Tips

As grills across the country heat up for backyard barbecues, so does the risk of food poisoning, making this the perfect time to remind grill masters how to protect themselves and their guests.

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.

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