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Holiday Food Safety

Graphic of father and son in the kitchen washing their hands

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Graphic of mother and daughter in the kitchen cooking a turkey and mother is checking the turkey's temperature

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Graphic of a table with food and message of scary food habits that can make you sick

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Graphic of mother and daughter making cookies in the kitchen

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Food safety refrigerate leftovers in small portion within 2 hours of cooking download for social media

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Use a food thermometer to make sure turkey is cooked thoroughly download this image for social media

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Buffet safety for cold and hot foods download social media image

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Wash hands before and after handling raw meat, poultry, eggs and seafood download social media image

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uses one cutting board for fruits and vegetables, and another for raw meat, poultry, and seafood. Download image

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Graphic of don't let unwanted guests spoil your holiday parties!

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Graphic of safety tips if Chitlins are on your holiday menu

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Graphic of tips to preparing Chitlins safely

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Food Safety Education Month (September)

Clean: Wash hands, utensils, and kitchen surfaces often when you cook. Germs are everywhere. Download this social media image.

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Cook: Always use a food thermometer to know when food is safely cooked. Download this social media image.

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Separate: Keep fresh produce separate from raw meat, poultry, seafood, and eggs. Use separate cutting boards and plates. Download this social media image.

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Chill: Refrigerate perishable food and leftovers within 2 hours. Chill within 1 hour if it’s above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Download this social media image.

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Food Safety Education for People at Risk

Facebook sized image for download about how kidney failure strikes 1 out of 7 children under age 5 who are diagnosed with e.coli 0157 infection.

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Facebook sized image for download about how children under age 5 are 3 times more like to be hospitalized with Salmonella infection than other peole

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Facebook sized image for download about how Pregnant women are 10 times more likely to get a Listeria infection

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Facebook sized image download with message about how pregnant hispanic women are 24 times more likely to get a listeria infection.

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Facebook sized image for download about how adults aged 65 and older are more likely to get seriously ill from some kind of food poisoning.

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Facebook sized version of graphics about people with weak immune systems from cancer, HIV/AIDS, and kidney disease are at higher risk for food poisoning

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Rules of the Game for Food Safety

How to Grill Safely

Grill Safety Clean Your Hands Twitter

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Grill Safety Food Temperature

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Grill Safety Don't cross contaminate instagram

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Grill Safety Chill Foods Sqaure image

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Grill Safety separate foods instagram

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Refrigerate leftovers in small portions within two hours of cooking

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Safe and Healthy Fruits & Vegetables

At the store choose fruits and veggies that are not bruised and keep meats separate in cart. Download social media graphics for facebook and twitter.

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Wash or scrub fruits and veggies under water before using. Download social media graphics for facebook and twitter.

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Chill cut, peeled, and cooked veggies and fruits after 2 hours in fridge below 40 degrees. Download social media graphics for facebook and twitter.

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Keep meats and vegetables on separate cutting boards. Download social media graphics for facebook and twitter.

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Gear Up for Food Safety

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Safe Food After a Disaster or Emergency

Before a power outage, keep appliance thermometers in your refrigerator and freezer.

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Eat Safe Food after a Power Outage - Prepare for emergencies or natural disasters - Facebook

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 During a power outage, keep refrigerator & freezer doors closed.

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Eat Safe Food after a Power Outage - Don't taste food to determine if it is safe - Facebook

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Eat Safe Food after a Power Outage - Throw out refrigerated perishable food after 4 hours - Facebook

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Keep Your Food Safe During Power Outages.

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