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Food Safety and Inspection Service educates consumers about the importance of safe food handling and reducing the risk of foodborne illness
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USDA Food Safety 17h
Yes, we're OPEN on day! Call the USDA's Meat & Poultry Hotline to avoid a crisis. → 1-888-MPHotline ☎
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USDA Food Safety 18h
In need of last minute food safety tips? We've got you covered! ⬇️
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USDA Food Safety 19h
It’s ! To stuff the bird, or not to stuff the bird? Our how-to guide on handling stuffing with care this :
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USDA Food Safety 19h
TODAY is the day to buy your fresh turkey! Remember to keep it in the fridge until you’re ready to cook!
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USDA Food Safety Nov 20
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Dept. of Agriculture Nov 20
Don’t Make Turkey Frying a Disastrous Situation This -
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USDA Food Safety Nov 20
: Pop-up timers in turkeys only check internal temp in 1 area. To be safe, use a food therm. to check in the 3 places: (1) thickest part of the breast (2) innermost part of the wing (3) innermost part of the thigh.
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USDA Food Safety Nov 20
Thawing your smaller turkeys this week?! There are 3 safe ways to thaw. Tips & tricks for each below:
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USDA Food Safety Nov 19
Planning to purchase perishable ingredients this week? Don’t let them spoil before ! See chart below for cold storage times
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USDA Food Safety Nov 18
: Green Cuisine Recalls Poultry Products Due To Possible Foreign Matter Contamination
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USDA Food Safety Nov 18
: Is your frozen turkey 15-20 lbs? If you are thawing it in the fridge, today is the best day to put that bird in the fridge!! ❄
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USDA Food Safety Nov 18
Thanksgiving is in FIVE days! Avoid making guests sick with these food safety tips!
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USDA Food Safety Nov 17
Roasting a turkey this ? Follow these four tips to prevent food poisoning.
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USDA Food Safety Nov 17
Washing poultry can spread germs all over your kitchen! Cooking turkey to 165°F is the only way to kill bacteria.
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USDA Food Safety Nov 17
It’s crunch time & things are heating up! 🔥Remember, your turkey isn’t done until its reached a temp of 165°F in 3 places!
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USDA Food Safety Nov 16
: Trafon Group Recalls Chicken and Pork Products Produced Without Benefit of Import Inspection
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USDA Food Safety Nov 16
: Missa Bay LLC Recalls Chicken Wrap Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens
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USDA Food Safety Nov 16
Brining safely will bring tender, flavorful meat to the thanksgiving table. Brining made simple thanks to this how-to guide!
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USDA Food Safety Nov 16
is only ONE WEEK away! What's your fave side dish? Remember, separate ready-to-eat foods from raw turkey!
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USDA Food Safety Nov 16
It's National ! Remember that even fast foods need to be eaten or refrigerated within 2 hours for safety. 😋🍔🍟
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