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USDA Food Safety
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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
#Thanksgiving tips for a wholesome holiday, from a wholesome infographic #TurkeyDayTips pic.twitter.com/SIuWfljeyx
Will you be using a frozen turkey this #Thanksgiving? If so you should use one of these 3 safe thawing methods pic.twitter.com/6ygz99p0wP
Unsafe handling or undercooking your #Thanksgiving turkey can make people sick. Follow these tips for a safe holiday pic.twitter.com/4rfaaiAzWE
Do you have meals delivered b/c you're unable to purchase or prepare them on your own? Remember these five tips pic.twitter.com/v7rOQSes2e
Attention Shoppers! Read the label before buying your turkey so you’re sure how to store it properly #TurkeyDayTips pic.twitter.com/mdZZNwr51b
Clean paws are Step 1 to a purrfect meal. Wash hands for 20 sec w/ soap & water after handling pets #NationalCatDay pic.twitter.com/ysB5XowCRh
#TBT to the 90s when we educated teens about the Danger Zone! Chill foods within 2 hrs to avoid illness #NHEW2014 pic.twitter.com/NWMGNxtaQE
Which is worse: Pizza left out or dropped on floor? Skipping a workout or skimping on sleep? bit.ly/ZFzNu2 pic.twitter.com/BVzLj0Dc6K
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#Pregnant women's immune systems may not be strong enough fight off foodborne pathogens, more: go.usa.gov/fAj9 pic.twitter.com/L1oPATkyrl
It's #BreastCancerAwareness Month. Cancer patients are at a higher risk for foodborne illnesses so follow these steps pic.twitter.com/LyHmE0rohz
Microbiologists use research in meat processing to create a safer & more sustainable US food system #NextGenAg pic.twitter.com/a43b7okwAS
Chicken wings, burgers, & hot dogs...Oh my! Cook your game day dishes to the right temperature #FoodSafety pic.twitter.com/suc2sGuVkR
When perishable food is left in the “Danger Zone" (40-140°F) bacteria can double in number every 20 mins #FoodSafety pic.twitter.com/s7CJP7Zfsb