Food Safety (Storage, how long it's good to eat, the safest temps to cook, etc.) from fsis.usda.gov

Food Safety (Storage, how long it's good to eat, the safest temps to cook, etc.) from fsis.usda.gov

Icons for four steps to food safety - Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill. There is a corresponding image for each step: hand washing, dicing steak, roast turkey with a thermometer, and food in a refrigerator.

Icons for four steps to food safety - Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill. There is a corresponding image for each step: hand washing, dicing steak, roast turkey with a thermometer, and food in a refrigerator.

Brc Global Standard for Food Safety: Interpretation Guideline, Issue 6

Brc Global Standard for Food Safety: Interpretation Guideline, Issue 6

Food Safety Education | For Educators | Competencies | For Teaching Consumers | Washing Produce | Untitled

Food Safety Education | For Educators | Competencies | For Teaching Consumers | Washing Produce | Untitled

Cooking temperature guidelines chart. -- Remember the danger zone: 41º F - 135º F. Potentially hazardous foods exposed to this temperature range for a cumulative total of more than 4 hours are not safe to eat.

Cooking temperature guidelines chart. -- Remember the danger zone: 41º F - 135º F. Potentially hazardous foods exposed to this temperature range for a cumulative total of more than 4 hours are not safe to eat.

#FoodNews: The #infographic is a shorter one, but it contains a lot of information on food-born sickness and food safety, as well as a nifty little bunch of blurbs at the bottom about just how hard it is for a company to actually issue a recall.

Foodborne Sickness: An Infographic On Top Causes And Recall Costs

#FoodNews: The #infographic is a shorter one, but it contains a lot of information on food-born sickness and food safety, as well as a nifty little bunch of blurbs at the bottom about just how hard it is for a company to actually issue a recall.

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