Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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While some people prefer soft-boiled eggs over hard-boiled eggs, from a food safety standpoint, it is safer to use hard-boiled eggs for dyeing Easter eggs.

Learn when food with mold growth should be discarded and when the damaged portion can be removed and the rest of the food can be consumed.

Protect yourself from the salmonella outbreak that's been ongoing since before Thanksgiving by using these safe handling tips for raw turkey from the CDC.

Although many people like the taste of cookie dough, eating it can make you sick. Learn more about the bacteria in cookie dough and avoid foodborne illness.

Canned breads and cakes have the potential to deliver a dangerous dose of Clostridium botulinum spores, which cause botulism.

Learn how to avoid the five most common Thanksgiving dinner mistakes and improve food safety for your family this holiday season.

Last week the FDA announced that it was banning the use of seven synthetic food-flavoring additives that have been linked to the development of cancer.

If you’re wondering whether or not an old family recipe is safe to use when pickling fruits and vegetables from your garden, use these tips.

If your child wants to bring a packed lunch to school, there are several ways to make sure it's both healthy and safe from foodborne illness.

Weigh the pros and cons of different types of cutting boards and learn about the best practices for using and cleaning yours to prevent foodborne illness.
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