Tuesday, July 14, 2020
vitamin D

Vitamin D has seen increased sales as consumers look for ways to boost their immunity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out whether it can actually help.

Sometimes fresh produce can contain small pest infestations that aren't harmful for consumers. Learn more about these occurrences and FDA guidelines.
canned nectarines

Home food preservation is expected to be very popular this year, as many people have taken on new hobbies to pass time while staying home during quarantine. 
masks on a clothes line

Ohio State Chow Line offers best practices for safely removing and storing your facemask while dining out and replacing it at the end of your meal.

If you've recently adopted a dog, you might be wondering which human foods are bad for them. Find which foods can be dangerous and how they can affect dogs.
raw ground beef

With more time at home, consumers can confidently reach for beef as a reliable staple to nourish themselves and their families.

Food safety experts consider the risk of acquiring COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, through handling fresh produce extremely low.
kitchen cleaning

What precautions should you take with food after bringing it home from the grocery store? Ohio State Chow Line has these answers and more.

Clinicians around the world are reporting many COVID-19 cases in which patients have experienced an abrupt total or partial loss of smell and taste.

Learn how to plant, harvest and brew teas with herbs commonly chosen for their flavor and health benefits.

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