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USDA Food Safety & Inspection Service

Ever wonder how your freshly squeezed OJ made it to you all the way from states like Florida? Thanks to Fred Jones, the refrigeration transportation system exists. Invented in 1940 & still a very important part of #FoodSafety today! #BlackHistoryMonth
Knowing signs of food poisoning is important. It could take days before developing symptoms of food poisoning after eating a contaminated product. Here are the 8 most common organisms that cause food poisoning & their sources! #FoodSafety
Happening TODAY! We are in Marshalltown, Iowa, hiring Food Inspectors to join the #FoodSafety team. Get additional details at: go.usa.gov/xdQ4X
Nearly every single person who attempted to wash their hands during meal prep in our recent study did it wrong, without using all 5 steps. You’re spreading dangerous bacteria by not washing your hands! Wash your hands & do it often. (Especially when cooking!)
Have you checked the temp in your fridge/freezer lately? To control bacteria in food, control the temps by using an appliance thermometer! Refrigerators should be no higher than 40°F. Frozen food will hold top quality for the longest possible time when the freezer maintains 0°F.
We’re hiring in Iowa & Wisconsin! Passionate about protecting public health? Become a Food Inspector! Apply in person on the following dates in these cities: 🔘FEB 18-19 - Marshalltown, IA 🔘FEB 25-26 - La Crosse, WI 🔘FEB 27-28 - Waterloo, IA More details belo#FoodSafetyePVw
Preparing a lovely meal for your significant other today? Don’t forget, color is NOT an indication of doneness. You should always use a food thermometer for safety! ow.ly/AW7o30nHw1m Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone! ❤️❤️❤️
Consumer advocacy group @TexPIRG report states most major supermarket chains don't do enough to inform customers about recall alerts. @USDAFoodSafety's Dr. Mindy Brashears met with processors to work on ways to improve food safety. WATCH on @KXAN_News: kxan.com/news/texas-pol…
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Young children with developing immune systems cannot fight off infections as well as most adults can. They also produce less stomach acid that kills harmful bacteria, making it easier for them to get sick. Stay away from these high-risk foods to prevent illness!
We love cookies, but we don’t love harmful germs such as E. coli and Salmonella that can be in uncooked flour & eggs. Taste your #ValentinesDay treats only when they’re fully baked. #SayNoToRawDough Learn more about baking safely at home: go.usa.gov/xpmeg
Making plans for a romantic night out for your special Valentine this Friday? Don’t ruin the weekend by letting your Valentine get foodborne illness! Avoid getting sick by using these 4 #FoodSafety tips when choosing places to eat! #YoureWelcome
February is Black History Month! Celebrate educators & scientist like Lloyd Augustus Hall. Dr. Hall invented tons of ways to preserve foods, including curing methods still used to preserve meats today like salami and prosciutto! #BlackHistoryMonth #FoodSafety
Did someone say pizza? It’s National Pizza Day! 🍕🍕🍕 Remember, when pizza is left at room temp for more than 2 hours it’s the perfect environment for bacteria to grow & multiply rapidly. Even if it doesn’t have meat! Refrigerate your leftoverHu4
#Recall: Family Traditions Meat Company Recalls Ready-to-Eat Meat Stick Products Due to Misbranding and an Undecl... bit.ly/38oHVU8
Thinking fish for lunch or dinner? Remember fish should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145°F. The flesh should be opaque & separate easily with a fork when done.
These days students can order pretty much anything on their phones. But are you aware of how to safely handle your take-out food? Common Mistakes College Students Make When Ordering Take Out - go.usa.gov/xVNmK
Are you washing your hands & washing them often? You can’t see them, but germs are everywhere! Protect yourself & others from getting sick by washing your hands often & washing the right way. Make sure your routine includes these 5 steps!
Do you know how to prevent cross contamination in the fridge? Start by putting raw products in containers to prevent their juices from dripping onto other foods. #FoodSafety
Today we observe World Cancer Day. Having cancer can make you more susceptible to foodborne illness. Protect yourselves & loved ones who are affected by this disease by practicing food safety when handling, cooking & consuming foods.
It’s #CannedFoodMonth! Do you know how to safely preserve your homemade canned goods to avoid botulism? Whether a newbie canner or experienced, brush up on food safety with these canning tips! nchfp.uga.edu/how/can_home.h…
Don’t forget the halftime swap! Enjoy the halftime performance with fresh sides. Swap out items like dips that have been out for a while with fresh ones straight from the fridge! #SuperBowl
Need a few last minute tips for prepping your Super Bowl spread? We’ve got you covered with another food safety playbook! 🙌 🏈#SuperBowlwYx
It’s a touchdown🏈 for#FoodSafetyy! Our team is working hard to protect your food for#SBLIVV in Miami by tackling food defense & food safety surveillance activities. Enjoy the safe food, fun times & a great game!R
Tackle #FoodSafety at your #SuperBowl party tomorrow! Cook like a pro & use a food thermometer! Cooking meats to a safe internal temperature is the only way to destroy bacteria.
A good game plan starts with the end in mind. Strategizing now can help you prevent foodborne illness & reduce food waste at your #SuperBowl parties this weekend! Your Winning Game Plan for Super Bowl Party Food and Leftovers → go.usa.gov/xdWgq
Do you know how to keep your game day foods at a safe temperature? Bacteria grow rapidly between 40°F & 140°F so foods like wings, pizza & chili shouldn't be left at room temp more than 2 hours. Keep hot foods HOT 🔥 & cold foods COLD ❄️ with these tips! ⬇️#SuperBowll#FoodSafetyyI
It’s almost time for kickoff! 🏈 DYK@USDAA played an important role in the SB LIV Game? Our team conducted surveillance on USDA regulated products (wings, burgers, hotdogs & more) in Miami, FL, to ensure protection of the food supply.#SBLIVV#FoodSafetyys
🚩 Flag on the play! Don’t forget, the ONLY way to tell if foods like burgers & wings are safe at your#SuperBowll party is by checking the temperature with a food thermometer. And yes, placement matters! 🍔= 160°F 🍗🍗 = 16#FoodSafetyff82r
FIRST DOWN!!🏈 You can’t see them, but germs are everywhere! Play good defense against foodborne illness at your Super Bowl watch parties by washing your hands & washing them often.#SBLIVV#FoodSafetyyF
They’re finally here! Are you ready? Deputy Under Secretary Mindy Brashears is handing off her PRO #SBLIV food safety tips in 3⃣...2⃣...1⃣.....
Hosting a #SuperBowl party? Make sure you have these super easy tips on hand to keep food poisoning off the playing field! ✅ Keep cold food cold. ✅ Keep hot food hot. ✅ Reheat & serve as needed.
Listening to ⁦@USDAFoodSafety⁩ Under Secretary Dr Mindy Brashears address the ⁦@chickencouncil⁩ Board about food safety issues at #IPPE2020
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#Recall: Astrochef LLC. Recalls Pepperoni Stuffed Pizza Sandwich Products due to Misbranding and Undeclared Aller... bit.ly/2Obejlk
USDA's Food Safety & Inspection Service is in the Miami area & scoring big for #SBLIV! We are taking action to ensure that the food for the game & related events are safe. #FoodSafety
This year @USDA_AMS estimates 1.8 BILLION wings will be eaten during Super Bowl. That’s a lot of wings! If you’re hosting this year, make sure your wings safe & delicious! Cook all wings to 165°F using a food thermometer! 🌡️4
Tackle #FoodSafety at your Super Bowl party by using our exclusive Super Bowl Party Food Safety Playbook! ↓↓↓
Five days until kickoff! 🏈 And it’s a touchdown for food safety! Deputy Under Secretary Mindy Brashears is back with pro food safety tips to keep foodborne illness off your watch party playing fields. Stay tuned!#SBLIVVF
We are in Sedalia, Missouri, hiring Consumer Safety Inspectors to join the #FoodSafety team. Get additional details at: usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDet…
Interested in joining the #FoodSafety team? FSIS will be hosting a recruiting event for Consumer Safety Inspectors! Apply in person on Jan. 28, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Missouri Job Center, 515 S. Kentucky Ave., Sedalia, MO 65301. Details: usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDet…
You can't see, smell, or taste harmful bacteria in raw meat & poultry that may cause illness so it’s important to use a food thermometer. Do you know all the safe temperatures? 🤔#SuperBowlln
One week until game time! 🏈🏈 While you’re making plans to watch th#SuperBowlwl next weekend remember to keep food safety in your playbook. Helpful tips below#TouchDowntoFoodSafetytKI
Are you checking your steps in the fridge, too!? 💧 Clean – wash your hands for 20 seconds before entering. ↔️ Separate – store raw meats in containers to prevent juices from leaking. ❄️ Chill – make sure your fridge is set at or below 40°F.Q
#Recall: Golden Pearl Trading Corporation Recalls Ready to Eat Imported Siluriformes Products Produced Without Be... bit.ly/38GjuRQ
#Recall: Amity Packing Company Inc. Recalls Raw Ground Beef Products Due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination bit.ly/36w8KEx
Carmen Rottenberg from the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service will be speaking during Plenary 3 at #gfsi20! A sneak peek from her presentation has just been posted on our Facebook page at: facebook.com/myGFSI/ #foodsafety @USDAFoodSafety
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Certain groups of people are more likely to get sick from contaminated food & the effects are much more serious. Knowing which foods at-risk persons should avoid could help save their lives. More on how to protect them here: go.usa.gov/xUSa4
Cold 1 – Hot 2: Don’t Let Bacteria Score a Touchdown on Super Bowl Sunday. Get a head start on food safety with these tips! go.usa.gov/xdggK #SuperBowlLIV 🏈🏈Om1
Looking for ways to keep your kids nice & healthy? Pack a safe lunch! Food safety is a part of a healthy lifestyle, too! Keep the 4-steps to food safety in mind to keep foodborne illness away throughout the year!
DYK bacteria found on raw meats, such as Campylobacter & Salmonella, can survive on surfaces for up to 32 hours? This includes your spices & countertops, too! Always clean & sanitize surfaces before & after food prep for safety. #MeatMonth
 
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