Information on home food safety, including refrigerator and freezer storage guidelines, holiday food safety tips, cleaning fruits and vegetables, food safety tailgate tips and game meat safety. Tips on handwashing and preventing listeria and e coli.
With the start of school, September is the perfect time to get back in the groove of family meals. The benefits of family meals are numerous, but keep food safety in mind during preparation and beyond. More
Safe handling of breast milk, formula, and baby food is important because infants and young children are at higher risk for foodborne illness since they do not have fully developed immune systems. More
Raw meat can contain harmful bacteria that can lead to food-borne illness when not handled and prepared properly. Follow these practices to ensure that you, your friends, and family enjoy a safe meal. More
Ensure your foods are safe to eat by meeting the minimum temperature guidelines when cooking. Place this magnet for reference in a convenient place in your kitchen to always keep food safety in mind. More
This publication uses the character "Bac" to represent the harmful bacteria that can contaminate food and make us sick. It explains how we can "Fight Bac!" to avoid bacterial contamination of food More