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Food Safety and Inspection Service educates consumers about the importance of safe food handling & how to reduce the risks associated with foodborne illness.
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: Tyson Foods, Inc. Recalls Chicken Strip Products due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination
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APHA Get Ready 11h
Our latest blog post comes from guest blogger, Chrystal Okonta from . Find out how you can keep your food safe when the power is out:
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USDA Food Safety 11h
Are you washing your hands?? Reduce the risk of spreading bacteria. Make sure your handwashing routine includes these 5 steps: 1. Wet hands 2. Lather 3. Scrub for at least 20 seconds 4. Rinse 5. Dry with clean towel
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March of Dimes Mar 19
Do you wonder what foods are ok to eat during pregnancy and which ones aren't? Today's guest blogger, Chrystal Okonta from , shares with us how to make safe food choices during pregnancy.
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USDA Food Safety Mar 20
Exciting news! The Safe Recipe Style Guide is here! Chefs, are your recipes safe?! By incorporating simple food safety instructions in your recipes you can help combat foodborne illness! Available NOW!
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USDA Food Safety Mar 20
Happy Spring! 🌻🌞🌦️ Stay clear of foodborne bacteria this season. Start by decluttering your fridge. Use this guide to reduce food spoilage & risk of foodborne illness this spring!
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USDA Food Safety Mar 19
: La Rosita Fresh Market Inc. Recalls Ground Beef Products due to Possible E. coli O157:H7 Contamination
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USDA Food Safety Mar 19
Some foods increase the risk of foodborne illness in children under 5 because their immune systems are still developing. Do you know what they are? Does your child care provider or baby sitter know? Be sure to share!
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USDA Food Safety Mar 19
Did you know USDA Grade A is the most common grade of poultry? decodes labeling terms you may be unfamiliar with & offers cooking recommendations for poultry with this helpful graphic! 🐔🐔🐔
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USDA Food Safety Mar 18
Chefs, cooks & caterers! Chicken liver on the menu? Bacteria inside + partial cooking = a recipe for disaster! Prevent illnesses by cooking chicken liver safely. Download these tips here:
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USDA Food Safety Mar 18
Dealing with flood waters after heavy rains & melting snow? Stay safe out there, Midwest. After a flood: – DO NOT EAT food that may have touched flood water. – DISCARD food not in waterproof containers. – DISCARD damaged cans. – DISCARD cardboard juice, milk & baby formula.
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USDA Food Safety Mar 17
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀🌈🤞 Don’t call it luck! Call it ! Using cooked-ahead or leftover corned beef? Remember to reheat to 165°F for safety!
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USDA Food Safety Mar 16
DYK: Corned beef may still be pink in color after cooking? This does NOT mean it is not done. Nitrite is used in the curing process. This fixes pigment in the meat & affects the color. ☘️☘️☘️
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USDA Food Safety Mar 15
: Procesadora La Hacienda, Inc. Recalls Beef Products Due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination
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USDA Food Safety Mar 15
This we’re celebrating women all across food safety! Women in , past & present, continue to inspire the future of the food industry. Also known as the “Cold Chain” of food safety, Mary Engle Pennington's work continues to live on today! More ↓
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USDA Food Safety Mar 15
Corned beef is made from one of several less tender cuts of beef like brisket, rump or round so it requires long, moist cooking. It can be cooked on top of the stove or in the oven, microwave or slow cooker! Tips:
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USDA Food Safety Mar 14
Winter storms can cause power outages & flooding that can compromise the safety of your food. If you currently (or will be) affected by winter storms like the , stay safe out there! Here are some tips to keep your food supply safe ↓
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USDA Food Safety Mar 14
: Productos La Aguadillana, Inc. Recalls Breaded Chicken Products Due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamina...
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USDA Food Safety Mar 14
It’s National Pi Day! Don’t get too irrational today, remember to wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap & warm water before digging into your delicious pies!
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USDA Food Safety Mar 14
Happy National Ag Day! 🚜 DYK 911 million acres in the U.S. are dedicated to farm land? Don’t forget to support your local farmer’s, too! Stop by your local farmers market today!
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