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    Is My Food Safe? App Review Video

    Is your food still safe to eat or is it time to toss? Registered dietitian nutritionist Angela Ginn provides a few tips in this video. Remember, when in doubt: toss it out! Read More

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    How to Wash Fruits and Vegetables Video

    Fruits and vegetables are an important part of every diet. However, harmful bacteria may contaminate fresh produce, which can lead to food poisoning, even if the food is labeled organic. Read More

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    Wash: How Clean Is Your Kitchen? Motion Graphic Video

    Did you know that 1 in 6 Americans gets sick every year from food poisoning? Illness-causing bacteria can survive and spread around your kitchen, so it is important to wash hands, surfaces and utensils. Learn how to wash correctly with this informative motion graphic from the Home Food Safety program. Read More

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    Separate: Avoid Cross-Contamination Motion Graphic Video

    Did you know that 1 in 6 Americans gets sick every year from food poisoning. Separate raw meat, poultry, seafood and eggs from ready-to-eat foods in order to prevent the spread of harmful bacteria. Learn how to avoid cross-contamination with this informative motion graphic from the Home Food Safety program. Read More

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    Refrigerate: Keep It Cool Motion Graphic Video

    Did you know that 1 in 6 Americans gets sick every year from food poisoning. Refrigerate foods promptly and properly to slow the growth of illness-causing bacteria and reduce your risk of food poisoning. Watch this informative motion graphic on refrigeration basics from the Home Food Safety program. Read More

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    Preparing Foods with Four Easy Steps Video

    Food. It nourishes, brings us together and adds flavor to life. And it's important to prepare and handle food safely to reduce the risk of food poisoning. Registered dietitian nutritionist and chef Sara Haas offers tips on safely preparing foods at home. Read More

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    Spicy Sausage and Peppers Pasta Recipe Video

    Want to make a simple yet delicious, dinner in a snap? Watch registered dietitian nutritionist Tamara Melton make this Spicy Peppers and Sausage Pasta, featuring proper food preparation techniques so you can see how it’s done each step of the way. Read More

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    Refrigerator Organization Video

    Did you know that the way you organize your refrigerator can help food stay fresh longer? Registered dietitian Marjorie Nolan Cohn shares a few tips about refrigerator organization. Read More

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    How to Use a Food Thermometer Video

    Don't rely upon sight, smell or taste alone to determine if your food is safe to eat. Make sure foods are cooked to a safe minimum internal cooking temperature with tips from registered dietitian nutritionist Heather Mangieri. Ensuring foods reach this safe minimum internal temperature is the only reliable way to ensure safety and to determine the doneness of cooked meats, poultry, egg dishes and leftovers. Read More

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    Home Food Safety Cook-Off Video

    Watch as two chefs battle it out in this Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics cooking competition. As an added bonus, you’ll learn valuable home food safety tips along the way. Read More

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    Cook: Is It Done Yet? Motion Graphic Video

    Did you know that 1 in 6 Americans gets sick every year from food poisoning. Cooking food to the proper internal temperature kills harmful bacteria that can cause food poisoning. Ensure your food is cooked to a high enough temperature with this informative motion graphic from the Home Food Safety program. Read More

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    How to Grill Safely Video

    Love to grill? Registered dietitian nutritionist Jim White offers tips to grill safely and avoid common mistakes that might result in food poisoning. Read More

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    Reducing Food Waste - Infographic

    In the U.S. we waste around 31% of all edible food. Learn how to reduce food waste by storing food properly, understanding food labels and preserving surplus food. Consider donating untouched food to local food banks. Read More

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    How to Keep Produce Fresh Longer - Infographic

    If fresh produce goes bad before making it to your plate, you may be storing produce improperly, and wasting food and money along the way. Ensure you are storing your produce correctly and safely with this infographic. Read More

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    Food Safety at the Grill - Infographic

    Heading out to the grill? From safety tips for your cookout to proper cooking temperatures and a complete packing list, this infographic will ensure you stay safe as you head outdoors. Read More

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