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Food safety tips for the holiday

No one wants food poisoning, especially at this festive time of year. I'm sure you would not want to be the culprit at the work party, or family get together that made everyone rush for the bathroom. Keep these tips and tricks in mind over the next few weeks, and all will have a Merry Christmas:

  • Keep cold foods cold, and hot foods hot
  • Don't leave food out at room temperature more than two hours-bacteria starts to grow after that time
  • Eggs, meat, dairy, poultry, seafood, etc.…is at risk for spoiling sooner
  • Try to bring non-perishables such as chips, crackers, fruit, cookies, bread
  • Utilize crockpots
  • Put cold things on ice when a refrigerator is not available
  • Set out a little food at a time on smaller platters

If you follow these few simple rules, you and those around you will be able to enjoy the Holiday feast, and still feel great to open presents without being sick.

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