Sunday, April 5, 2020
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As of this time, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is unaware of any instances suggesting that coronavirus, COVID-19, has been transmitted by foods.
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If you're stocking up to prepare for an emergency, or considering it, find out what experts say you actually need.
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American households waste, on average, almost a third of the food they acquire. This waste could be costing the average household about $1,866 per year.
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What do we know about the coronavirus, where has it spread and how do we prepare? Get the latest CDC information on COVID-19 to better prepare yourself.
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The nutrition labels on some foods have changed and will soon change on other foods to meet new USDA rules. Here's what you need to know about the changes.
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Stocks and broths are used to make sauces, soups, stews and more. They are similar, but not the same. Knowing the differences can improve your cooking.
Sweet Gingered wings on a plate.

There are several steps you can take to ensure that your guests enjoy the game and foods you’re serving without walking away with a case of food poisoning.
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If your home becomes flooded, it is important that you throw away any food that might have come into contact with floodwater.
composting waste

Consider a resolution to reduce your waste — reuse, repurpose and completely wear things out before discarding them as waste.
water

Not only is drinking enough water every day good for your overall health, but water can help you manage or lose weight and stay hydrated.

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