4 Summer Food Safety Tips
As the weather heats up, follow these tips for proper food handling.
Preventing Foodborne Illness
Picnics, backyard barbecues, beach cookouts—dining al fresco is one of summer’s best perks. But it’s easy to forget that as
the temperature rises, so does your chance of getting sick from contaminated food. Bacteria thrive in warmer conditions and
people are cooking outdoors frequently—away from sinks, refrigerators, and kitchen thermometers.
What can you do to avoid the unpleasant experience of food poisoning this summer?
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So maybe you can’t change your health overnight. But you can get a head start.