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02/17/2017 at 15:31. Facebook
On the go? Microwave food prep is super convenient. Use these tips the next time you’re in a hurry to avoid foodborne illness!
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02/16/2017 at 16:07. Facebook
In 1834 Henry Blair, a farmer, became a pioneer in agriculture. Having invented the corn seed planter & later the cotton planter, Blair easily became a huge contributor to agricultural practices today. His inventions went on to increase farm productivity for many years. #TBT #BlackHistoryMonth
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02/15/2017 at 15:39. Facebook
Do you know what the signs of food spoilage are? Foods that have spoiled display a change in color, a change in texture & an unpleasant odor. More useful information on food spoilage here: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

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02/14/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Los alimentos preparados en casa o los sobrantes de alimentos que traemos de un restaurante deben ser refrigerados en dos horas. Si usted piensa ir a cenar a un restaurante para celebrar el #DíadeSanValentín y le sobran alimentos para llevar a casa, asegúrese de refrigerarlos en 2 horas; de no ser así descarte todos aquellos alimentos perecederos, como carnes, aves, huevos, acompañantes o...
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02/14/2017 at 16:29. Facebook
Home cooked foods or leftovers brought home from a restaurant must be refrigerated within 2 hours. If you went out to dinner to celebrate St. Valentine's Day & take leftovers with you, make sure to discard all perishable foods, such as meat, poultry, eggs, side dishes or casseroles, left at room temperature for longer than 2 hours!
Preparing for Valentine's Day tomorrow? Use these tips to help prevent food poisoning at your Valentine's dinner! go.usa.gov/x9Ffp

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Are you in the habit of grabbing fresh fruit straight from the fridge to snack on? It’s important to remember to wash your fruits & veggies to remove dirt & reduce bacteria. Here’s how: [ Youtube.com Link ]

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Cooking for your Valentine this weekend? Keep the love in the air, not foodborne illness! Remember to use a food thermometer to cook dishes to a safe temperature.
Having seafood for dinner? Raw or undercooked seafood could contain foodborne pathogens that can make you sick! Remember to cook all seafood to 145 °F for safety.
Happy National Pizza Day! Remember to secure the package! Don’t leave your pizza greatness out for more than 2 hours to avoid foodborne illness!
⚠ Winter advisories ⚠ in your area? Check out these quick tips to keep your food safe before & during severe weather!
Shopping is a great time to teach kids about food safety! Discuss why raw meat & poultry should stay separate from other foods.
The February edition of EdNet is now available! Are you subscribed? EdNet is a monthly food safety news journal for teachers, food safety advocates, government officials & so many more. Check out what this month’s issue of EdNet has in store here: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]
Affected by severe weather? Stay safe out there! Severe weather can mean power outages, floods & other problems that can affect the safety of food. Use these food safety tips to protect you & your family from foodborne illness.

Tag someone who may be affected to keep them safe!
It’s National Canned Food Month! Whether an avid canner or a newbie, avoid the dangers of botulism. Keep your family safe by using these simple food safety tips for canning. [ Go.usa.gov Link ]
Your team just lost the Super Bowl & it’s a Monday; don’t let foodborne illness complete the trifecta! Remember to never eat food that has been left out for more than 2 hours. Be sure to reheat leftovers to 165 °F for safety. More tips: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]
Remember to add food safety to your Super Bowl party playbook. Keep these food safety tips close during & after party prep to prevent food poisoning!
Don’t get caught in an Illegal Use of Hands penalty during the Super Bowl. Remember to wash your hands with warm soap & water for 20 seconds before & after handling raw foods.
It’s finally game day! Need a few last minute tips for prepping your Super Bowl Spread. We’ve got you covered!