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USDA Food Safety

How long is your baby's food safe? Learn the answer and more → #FoodSafety
People with diabetes are more prone to foodborne illness. Find #foodsafety steps @
Handwashing is a very important part to #FoodSafety! Dnt forget to do it right & do it often!
Need to brush up on your thawing skills? Our how-to thawing guide answers all your thawing questions! #FoodSafety
Hosting a #NewYearsEve party? Don't let the ball drop on #FoodSafety! Use these tips to bring in a #HappyNewYear
Today is the last day #Christmas leftovers are safe in the fridge! Freeze & enjoy within 6 months for best quality.
Don’t let your #holiday dinner spiral out of control! Cook ham to 145°F & allow a 3 min rest time before carving!
Baking #Christmas cookies for Santa? Don’t eat the raw dough! It contains uncooked eggs that may contain bacteria.
If your main #holiday dish is chilling in the freezer, follow 1 of these 3 safe thawing methods. #FoodSafeHoliday
Winter is here! ❄☃ Your #FoodSafety tips on how to survive the winter season just one click away ↓
Don’t forget! Turkey, chicken, duck, & goose are safe to eat when they reach 165°F in 3 places. #FoodSafeHoliday
RT @CDC_NCEZID T3: Raw dough and batter are not safe to eat, even if they don’t contain raw eggs. #CDCFoodChat
Cook. Chill. Don’t get ill. Learn #FoodSafety tips during #CDCFoodChat TODAY from 2-3 PM ET
Leftovers? Microwaving #FoodSafety is important. Remember to stir halfway through cooking to prevent cold spots!
Having a holiday party? Learn #FoodSafety tips during #CDCFoodChat Wed, 12/7 from 2-3 PM ET.
#FoodSafety is very important for people w HIV/AIDS. Find great tips here: #WorldAIDSDay
What's for dinner tonight? No matter what you cook, remember to keep #FoodSafety on the menu!
#TurkeyDay leftovers? Remember today is the last day to eat those leftovers or put them in the freezer!
Not sure how long your #Thanksgiving #leftovers are safe in the refrigerator? Check out this chart! #FoodSafety
Reheat #TurkeyDay leftovers in the microwave to 165°F! More #FoodSafety tips for leftovers:
Don’t forget the 2 Hr Rule this #Thanksgiving! Store leftovers within 2 hrs to avoid bacterial growth #TurkeyDayTips
What's your fave #Thanksgiving side dish? Remember to separate ready-to-eat foods from raw turkey! #TurkeyDayTips
#ThanksgivingDay Remember to #CookLikeaPRO today! Use a food thermometer in 3 places:
Don’t wash the turkey! Cooking your #Thanksgiving turkey to 165°F is the only way to kill food poisoning bacteria.
Tomorrow is #TurkeyDay!! Everything you need for a food safe Thanksgiving is in one place. ↓
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