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Food Safety at Home

Keep everyone healthy by focusing on food safety at home. By practicing good food safety, you reduce the risk of someone getting sick from food-borne illnesses

Storing Foods in the Refrigerator and Freezer

Why Store it In Freezer?

Follow As Under

  • Have a thermometer in both the refrigerator and freezer to make sure they are keeping your food cold enough to stay safe! Refrigerators should have a temperature of 40 degrees F or less. In the freezer, keep the temperature at 0 degrees or less.
  • Store raw meats on the bottom shelf, and ready-to-eat items (such as salad greens, cheese, or fruit) above it. Storing raw meat below these other foods keeps bacteria in the meat from dripping onto other foods and drinks.
  • Store milk and other dairy products in the main part of the fridge, not the door. Many times the temperature in the door of the fridge is not cold enough for milk and other dairy products.
  • How long can foods and beverages, such as meats, eggs, and leftovers, be kept safely in the refrigerator or freezer before needing to toss them? We recommend taking a look at the guidelines from!

Cooking at Home

Follow As Under
  • Always wash your hands before you start cooking in the kitchen
  • Wash fresh fruits and vegetables before you prepare and eat them.
  • Do not wash raw meats, such as chicken or turkey! Cooking meats hot enough will kill the bacteria and other germs that many think they are washing away. All that washing meats does is get germs in other parts of your kitchen.
  • When handling raw meats for cooking, make sure to wash your hands and any other surfaces after you are done with preparation. Use a different cutting board for raw meats than you use for fruits and vegetables. Use separate utensils and plates to remove cooked meats from the stove or grill, instead of the ones you used to transfer the raw meats.
  • Make sure to cook foods to correct temperatures to keep them safe for the family to eat! These temperatures are recommended to kill bacteria and other germs that may be in foods. For meats, poultry, and fish, insert a meat thermometer into the thickest part of the meat to check the temperature.


Findout Accurate Temperatures

Follow to Enjoy Germfree Healthy Food

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Food Item Recomomned Temparature F॰
Ground beef Pork 160
Ground Tukey or Chiken 165
Fresh Beef Pork,(Steaks, Rost, or Chokes) 145 and Rest for 3 minuts
Whole Chiken Or Turkey 165
Chiken or turkey breast or Rost 165
Egg Cook Until Both Yolk or White are Firm
Left Over Dishes 165
another Grains 135

Dealing with Leftovers

Can Save Your Money and time

  • Using leftovers from other meals can be a great time and money saver to use at home
  • Put leftovers in the refrigerator within 2 hours of serving to limit the growth of germs on the food. If you're outside and the temperature is over 90 degrees F, that window reduces to 1 hour!
  • Use leftover within 3-4 days of storing.
  • Cook leftovers to 165 degrees F before serving

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