Minimize Your Risk of Foodborne Illness

Protect yourself by following the proper steps for cleaning, separating, cooking, and chilling foods.

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Outbreaks of foodborne illnesses make headlines every year; often, they are the result of Escherichia coli (E. coli) in tainted meat, or multiple cases of norovirus linked to a particular

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