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Got #FoodSafety questions? Call the Meat & Poultry Hotline @ 1-888-MPHotline or visit AskKaren.gov!
Did you hear about the latest #recall? Sign up for food recall alerts here → go.usa.gov/V39k #FoodSafety
#FoodSafety Tip: Pack disposable wipes in your child’s lunch box for clean hands before & after eating!
Lost power during #Blizzard2016? Follow these tips when the power is out, more: go.usa.gov/XaEG
How's everyone doing for #Snowzilla? If the power is out, follow these tips to minimize food loss! #Blizzard2016
Don’t wait for a power outage to worry about #FoodSafety! Plan ahead to keep your food safe during the #blizzard2016
If you'll be affected by the #winterstorm, stay safe! Use our tips to minimize food loss & risk of illness #blizzard
Don't be a statistic! Visit FoodSafety.gov for tips on preventing foodborne illness. #FoodSafety
Is foodborne illness worth the cost? Find out how to prevent it at FoodSafety.gov! #FoodSafety
#FoodSafety is important for people w cancer. Share these tips with your loved ones to keep them safe! @CancerDotNet
Do you know all the ways you can prevent cross-contamination in your kitchen? #FoodSafety youtube.com/watch?v=9Yh8CW…
When perishable food is left in the “Danger Zone" (40-140°F), bacteria can double in number every 20 mins!
Severe weather can strike at any time. Preparing for a power outage can minimize food loss & risk of illness.
How long is your baby's food safe? Learn the answer and more → FoodSafety.gov/children #FoodSafety
If you snack while binge-watching #MakingAMurderer, be sure to wash your hands: ow.ly/WLQap #NoSpoilers
#FoodSafety is important for aging adults to stay healthy! Follow these tips & more: go.usa.gov/3fyNM
Happy #ThreeKingsDay! Be sure to include #FoodSafety on tonight's menu! Check your steps at FoodSafety.gov!
Know the signs! Here are 8 of the most common organisms that cause foodborne illness & their sources (2 of 2)
Know the signs! Here are 8 of the most common organisms that cause foodborne illness & their sources (1 of 2)
Make a #NewYearsResolution to practice #FoodSafety in 2016! Start by always using a food thermometer when cooking.
Hosting a #NewYearsEve party tonight? Don't let the ball drop on #FoodSafety! #HappyNewYear
Praise!🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼#BaconDayconDay! And we like it crispy! When cooked to crispy the bacon should have reached a safeFON80l
Today is the last day #Christmas leftovers are safe in the fridge! Freeze & enjoy within 6 months for best quality.
What were your fave 2015 moments? We've shared ours! Cheers to a great year for #FoodSafety! go.usa.gov/c9Egh

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