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Do you know how to use a food thermometer? Ensure meat, poultry and egg dishes are thoroughly cooked with our food thermometer guide.
Safe Grilling Guide: This quick reference helps you keep track of proper internal temperatures for all of your favorite meat dishes.
Summer Produce: As you enjoy raw produce and fresh-squeezed fruit and vegetable juices, follow these safe handling tips to help protect yourself and your family.
Chipotle Lime Shrimp Tacos with Avocado Salsa: “The rich, creamy avocado adds a dose of heart healthy fat. ”
Is My Food Safe? App Flier: Share with friends and let them know how the app can help them reduce their risk of food poisoning.
Reusable cloth grocery totes are convenient and environmentally friendly, but could they be making you sick?
Kale with Toasted Walnuts and Parmesan: "This is a nutritious and hearty side dish. Make it a complete meal by serving with whole wheat spaghetti or salmon.”
Turkey Tips: A quick guide to thawing and cooking the perfect turkey.
Microwave Ovens and Cooking Temperatures: How to know when food is fully cooked and safe to eat.
Is it time to toss those sponges out? Follow our quick guide to reduce the spread of bacteria as you keep your kitchen tidy.
Safe Lunch Box Study Guide: Make sure your child’s lunch passes from kitchen to cafeteria in A+ condition with these helpful tips.
Know Your Microwave Wattage: It's important to recognize that the differences among microwave ovens will affect the cooking time.
Keep Kids Safe, Microwave Cooking: Parents need to decide when a child is old enough to use the microwave oven.
Keep it Cool: Use this refrigerator/freezer food storage chart to know when food is no longer safe.
Refrigerator Calculator: Do your leftovers add up to a safe meal?
Refrigerator Safety Checklist: Perform an inspection on your refrigerator with this checklist.
Keep the Office Fridge Safe: Make sure your office fridge is being taken care of. Post this memo to your office to keep them safe from foodborne illness.
Desktop Dining Survey: Major findings from the Home Food Safety program's 2011 Desktop Dining survey.
Desktop Dining: Food safety habits at the office and what you can do to stay safe.
Four Easy Steps: Wash, separate, cook and refrigerate to reduce foodborne illness.
Home Food Safety Practices Survey: Consumer behaviors
Cooking Safely with Microwaves: Safe microwave defrosting, cooking and reheating.
Holiday Helper Tip Sheet: This quick reference helps you keep track of proper internal temperatures for all of your favorite meat dishes, from family classics to exotic new ones.
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