High Risk Foods
Some high risk foods, such as raw eggs, raw milk, and undercooked ground beef, are well known causes of food poisoning. Learn the others to keep your family safe and healthy from risky foods.
Safe Food - Food Safety by the Numbers
You can reduce food poisoning and make sure you serve safe food to your kids by learning common food safety numbers, such as the minimum temperatures to set your refrigerator and freezer, how long you can keep food out before it goes bad, and minimum cook times for poultry and pork.
Baby Food Safety
Young children are especially vulnerable to food poisoning, which is why it is important to learn about baby food safety, whether you are making homemade baby food or simply opening a jar of baby food.
Food Poisoning - Preventing Food Poisoning
Since young children are among the groups most at risk for getting serious and even life-threatening cases of food poisoning, it is important for parents to learn how to recognize and prevent them from occurring.
Food Storage and Food Safety
Learning how and when to safely store food in the refrigerator and freezer so that it doesn't go bad is among the most important things you can learn about food safety.