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Use good food safety practices to cook corned beef for St. Patrick's Day. It should be handled with care to avoid foodborne illnesses.

Consumers have turned to food delivery as an alternative to eating out or shopping in a grocery store, but they should keep a food safety in mind.

In the event of a snowstorm that may keep you inside for days, you should have at least three days’ worth of food and water. Learn what to stock up on.

By following the tips below, you'll lessen the chances of having a visit from foodborne illness — an unwelcome visitor — at your table this Thanksgiving. 

The complicated assembly of a turducken leaves a lot of room for error. Learn how to safely store, handle and cook a turducken for Thanksgiving.

Learn how to safely can salsa by using research-tested recipes, following directions and using the right amounts of ingredients to maintain acidity.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds families to follow food safety practices to prevent foodborne illness when it comes to preparing frozen foods.

Cicadas are among those insects that are safe to eat. However, if you have any shellfish allergies, you should avoid eating cicadas.

Don't let foodborne illness ruin the cookout. Follow food safety guidelines.

Americans nationwide throw away about 80 billion pounds of food in a typical year. Learn how to get organized to reduce your household food waste.