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Food Safety by Events and Seasons

Ya sea que esté planeando una pequeña parrillada de verano o una gran celebración festiva, un día de campo o una cena común y corriente, asegúrese de que la seguridad alimentaria sea parte de sus planes.

Fiestas y grupos grandes

Cuando las comidas para consumir en fiestas y grandes reuniones se preparan en diferentes lugares y por diferentes personas, ¿cómo puede asegurarse de que todos hayan preparado y almacenado los alimentos de manera segura? Consult these guidelines:

Bag Lunches for School and Work

Bacteria that cause food poisoning grow rapidly at temperatures between 40 °F and 140°F. To make sure perishable lunches and snacks are safe, pack them with two cold sources. Store them in a refrigerator or cooler on arrival, if one is available.

Festividades de primavera

Whether you celebrate Easter, Passover or Mother's Day, spring is a time for hosting holiday lunches or dinners with your family and friends, or for eating out. Follow these simple tips for food safety.

Verano y vacaciones

Foodborne illnesses tend to increase during the summer months because bacteria multiply faster when it’s warm. People also cook outside, away from refrigerators, thermometers, and sinks more often. Stay healthy and safe by following these food safety guidelines:

Día de Acción de Gracias

The Thanksgiving meal is the largest that many cooks prepare each year. The following information may help you prepare your special Thanksgiving meal and help you countdown to the holiday.

Festividades de invierno

Más allá de lo que incluya el menú, los alimentos son siempre una parte fundamental de las festividades. Whether you're an experienced cook, a first-time party host, or bringing a dish to a potluck dinner check out these resources for ensuring that holiday buffets and mail-order food are free from the germs that cause foodborne illness:

Súper Tazón

The Super Bowl is the most popular sporting event in the United States, but some would say that it's about the food as much as the football. Follow these food safety tips to help you keep your chili, wings, and other nibbles safe and delicious:

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