Food Safety Away From Home

Summer Trip Tips

Just because you're on vacation doesn't mean you have to throw out healthful eating habits.

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.

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  • Food Safety Away From Home

    Food in Child Care: Check It Out!

    Roberta Duyff, MS, RD, FAND

    If you look for child care, rank good nutrition, food-safety standards and active play high on your checklist with warm and caring staff, a safe environment, opportunities for development and self-expression. Read More

  • Food Safety Away From Home

    Food Safety Away from Home

    Between school, work and play, we eat many of our meals away from home. To keep food both delicious and safe, follow these safety guidelines when eating on the go. Read More

  • Food Safety Away From Home

    Lunchbox Safety

    With a new school year here, send your child to class with safe and healthy lunches with these easy tips. Read More

  • Travel

    Eat Right - Traveling Home and Abroad

    Caroline Kaufman, MS, RDN

    Airports, highways and hotel rooms often appear to be junk-food-only operations. But no matter where you travel, your family can keep eating healthfully with these simple solutions. Read More

  • Seasonal

    Sand, Surf and Great Eats

    Every summer Americans flock to beaches to get away from it all. Unfortunately, poor nutrition, lack of hydration and fierce sunburn can leave you wiped out after a supposedly relaxing beach day. Read More