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USDA Food Safety

Keep foodborne illness on the bench during spring season sports with these #FoodSafety tips: go.usa.gov/ctGSR
Did you hear about the latest #recall? Sign up for food recall alerts here → go.usa.gov/V39k. #foodsafety
How long is your baby's food safe? Learn the answer & more @ FoodSafety.gov/children #FoodSafety
Do you know the 3 safe ways to thaw frozen food? Hint: On the kitchen counter is not one of them! #FoodSafety youtu.be/25s4JuWnvOU
Use separate cutting boards & utensils to avoid cross-contamination while prepping for #SundaySupper! #FoodSafety
Remember to include #FoodSafety on your #Seder menu! Find great tips for #Passover here: go.usa.gov/cu42v
People love to get together for parties & cookouts during warmer weather... Just make sure bacteria aren’t invited!
Older adults are higher risk for hospitalization from food poisoning. #FoodSafety tips here: go.usa.gov/3fyNM
Do it right and do it often! Wash hands for 20 secs w/ warm water & soap throughout the day to prevent illness.
Packing lunch for a day hike? Don’t forget to pack at least 2 cold sources to keep food safe until lunch time!
Grilling this wknd? Use a food thermometer to make sure burgers reach 160°F. More tips @ FoodSafety.gov!
We're having a great time at the USA Science & Engineering Festival! #SciFest
Children under 5 are high-risk for #foodpoisoning bc their immune systems are still developing. #FoodSafety
Do you know all the ways you can prevent cross-contamination in your kitchen? #FoodSafety youtube.com/watch?v=9Yh8CW…
#FoodSafety Tip: Pack disposable wipes in your child’s lunch box for clean hands before & after eating!
Ppl w diabetes are more prone to foodborne illness. Find #foodsafety steps @ FoodSafety.gov/diabetes #WorldHealthDay
A1 Spring is here, so for #NPHW we want you to remember your fridge during spring cleaning! #FoodSafety #NPHWchat
Got #FoodSafety questions? Call the Meat & Poultry Hotline @ 1-888-674-6854 or chat live at AskKaren.gov!
Many ppl think choosing raw milk will improve their health. Think again. More info: go.usa.gov/cspZH @CDCgov
Defeat harmful foodborne bacteria with the #FinalFour of #FoodSafety — Clean, Separate, Cook, & Chill!
This burger looks cooked to me! #AprilFools Use a food thermometer to be sure your burger is cooked to 160 °F!
Spring showers can lead to power outages, so plan ahead to keep your food safe! More info: go.usa.gov/cskvV
New food safety graphic from @USDA helps you clean out your fridge: goo.gl/0SzI2e #springcleaning
Retweeted by USDA Food Safety
When perishable food is left in the “Danger Zone" (40-140°F), bacteria can double in number every 20 mins!
 
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