Spring Food Safety
When you’re shaking off the winter with spring cleaning, it’s a great time to target harmful bacteria that can lurk on kitchen surfaces and even in your refrigerator. Get tips for a safer kitchen this spring.
Like meat, poultry, seafood and produce, eggs are perishable and need to be handled properly to prevent foodborne illness. Find out everything you need to know about egg safety for spring celebrations.
Summer Food Safety
Download easy and shareable graphics to remind consumers what temperatures the most popular grilling meats need to reach to be safe.
Cases of foodborne illness spike in the summer. But with these flyers and graphics, we can spread the word about ways to reduce incidence of Salmonella infections.
During warm weather, it is especially important to take extra precautions and practice safe food handling when preparing perishable foods such as meat, poultry, seafood and egg products. Here are steps to protect yourself and your family from foodborne illness this summer.
When eating outside while traveling or picnicking away from home, it’s important to take along the basic food safety necessities and follow these tips to reduce risk of foodborne illness.
Grilling calls for special food safety steps. Find out methods of grilling safely and being a true Grill Master.
You need to practice special food safety steps when you hit the road for cookouts and picnics. Read more to find out what you need to do to keep your food safe on the move.
Fall Food Safety
Pack a safe lunch 101! Here are all the steps you need to make sure you’re packing your child a safe lunch every single day.
Before the big game even starts, make sure you’re running a good defense against BAC! (foodborne bacteria).
The scariest monsters you might encounter this Halloween are the ones you can’t see, smell, or taste! They’re germs, and you need to learn to fight them off!
Proper handling of take-out foods and any leftovers is essential to reducing your family’s risk of foodborne illness.