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USDA Food Safety
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Our "Hot N Cold" rules are different from @katyperry's but both make for a great #SuperBowl go.usa.gov/JFEe pic.twitter.com/SLKy2ZWVB6
Cook like a pro! Using a food thermometer is the only way to know that your meat & poultry are done and safe to eat pic.twitter.com/opMY1zPCUO
Kids, pregnant women & those w weakened immune systems are ↑ risk for food poisoning. Stay safe by using these tips! pic.twitter.com/FqggJ9Db7I
Do you know how often you should be washing your hands? It might be more than you think! #FoodSafety pic.twitter.com/oaPVfWx3Eg
Make a #NewYearsResolution to practice #FoodSafety in 2015! Start by always using a food thermometer when cooking. pic.twitter.com/e6HYXg1frG
Not sure how long your #holiday #leftovers are safe in the refrigerator? Check out this chart! pic.twitter.com/GKoWNpOoS3
Food thermometers take the guess work out of cooking your Christmas roast. It's done when it reaches a safe temp pic.twitter.com/goADdGCWBO
Baking cookies for Santa? Don’t eat the raw dough! It contains uncooked eggs that may contain Salmonella bacteria pic.twitter.com/cJFoHKwFWa
Don’t let your #holiday dinner spiral out of control! Cook your ham to 145°F & allow a 3 min rest time before carving pic.twitter.com/jloHRUkeBn
.@nbcsnl @YahooTV: Ham should be cooked to an internal temp of 145 °F & allowed to rest for 3 minutes before eating! pic.twitter.com/My8UQqhlZO
A turkey is done when it reaches 165 °F @ the thickest part of the breast & the innermost part of the wing & thigh pic.twitter.com/GQGptoDYBv
Need a last minute gift idea? Food thermometers make a great stocking stuffer for experienced cooks & kitchen newbies pic.twitter.com/m33744wb6i
Before going over the river & through the woods to Grandma’s house this #Holiday, follow our Road Map to #FoodSafety pic.twitter.com/rHcl1eqd50
Learn how to keep Santa's milk & cookies safe during our #foodsafety Twitter Chat w/ @cdc 12/11 @ 3PM ET #CDCfoodchat pic.twitter.com/zBSyZ2uWKH
For #WorldAIDSDay share these #FoodSafety guidelines for people with weakened immune systems #WAD2014 pic.twitter.com/5PCoD5laMu
Don't wash your turkey! Washing splashes juices that may contain harmful bacteria onto sinks/counters/other surfaces pic.twitter.com/4L74gCxkEN
.@TODAYshow Thanks for the shout out to @foodsafetygov! Here are some great tips for a food safe #Thanksgiving pic.twitter.com/iBfwoNwaOX
Feeling HOT HOT HOT! Your #Thanksgiving turkey isn’t done until its reached an internal temperature of 165 °F pic.twitter.com/gkjlKYgN1w
Did you miss our #Thanksgiving infographic the first time? Check it out for basic food safety tips #TurkeyDayTips pic.twitter.com/2C9VkQDXtO
Packing a turkey in a suitcase? Not a good idea. Here's our Top 5 #ThanksgivingFail stories: go.usa.gov/swBV pic.twitter.com/cDXU4gZiBN
Fresh, frozen, natural, kosher, organic – do you know what these turkey labels mean? #TurkeyDayTips #Thanksgiving pic.twitter.com/Wf955Zl8tm
#Thanksgiving isn’t all about turkey. Keep side dishes safe by separating them from raw turkey juices #TurkeyDayTips pic.twitter.com/4l0e0Xkzwm
We're hosting a live Facebook Q&A w/ food safety experts today @ 4 PM ET, like facebook.com/foodsafetygov to participate pic.twitter.com/zAS5YFhtXi
Whether you’re on land or at sea, follow these #FoodSafety tips from @CDCgov to protect yourself from #Norovirus pic.twitter.com/jbC9EA6nVA