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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.

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

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

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

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.

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

Rules of the Game for Food Safety

Keep it clean before you eat or handle food, wash your hands, food prep tools and surfaces

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Serve at the right temperature - keep hot foods at 140 degree or warmer, and cold foods at 40 degree or colder

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cook to the right temperature use a food thermometer to check that chicken is 165 degrees and ground beef is 160 degrees

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Rules of the game infographic

Rules of the Game for Food Safety Infographic

Watch the clock throw out perishable food that has been sitting at room temperature for more than two hours; one hour if its 90 degrees or warmer

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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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Gear Up For Food Safety

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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Keep meats and vegetables on separate cutting boards. 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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