Learn more about the three safe methods to thaw a turkey.
People in the Midwest enjoy a holiday favorite – raw ground beef – also know as “cannibal sandwiches” or “tiger meat”. Eating raw or undercooked ground beef and eggs poses a health risk.
2018 saw a large increase in foodborne illness outbreaks. There were 24 outbreaks investigated by the CDC. This is the highest number compared to the past 12 years; easily doubling and tripling previous years.
Since people only cook a turkey during the holiday season, they forget the safe procedures in the preparation and cooking a turkey to avoid food illness.
Homemade eggnog can cause Salmonella food illness because of contaminated raw or undercooked eggs.
Learn more about preparing, cooking, and storing pies safely to ensure you and your family do not get a food illness.
Group cooking for Hanukkah guests – where foods are left out for long periods – leaves the door open for uninvited guests – bacteria that can cause foodborne illness.
Food Service Safety Month is observed in December and was established to remind everyone, from employees in the food service industry to people at home, that food safety is of great importance.
With increased food illness outbreaks, food safety advocacy groups have uncovered farm-to-fork problems and demand better safety measures.
Learn how to prepare and serve food safely for large groups for parties, holidays, family and community gatherings to prevent food illness.
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