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  • Food Safety at Home Podcasts
    Podcasts on a variety of topics from the Food Safety and Inspection Service.
  • Food Safety for Meat, Poultry and Processed Egg Product Inspection Podcasts
    Podcasts on a variety of topics from the Food Safety and Inspection Service.
  • Food Safety Mythbusters
    Home food safety myths busted by Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE) with a bit of humor added in. Looks at four common myths related to proper cleaning, cooking, and storage of food to help consumers reduce risk of foodborne illness. Additional downloadable educational content in PDF form related to video's content available online at PFSE's web site: www.fightbac.org
  • Food Safety: Produce Washing Methods
    Four at-home produce washing technologies demonstrated and discussed (Ozonator, Electrolyzed-Oxidizing machine, produce washes, and running water) from research conducted by UGa and UC-Davis.
  • Storm Food Safety - Mayo Clinic
    When a natural disaster strikes, whether snowstorms, hurricane, earthquake or other weather-event, power outages are often the norm. What would you do if you lost electricity and refrigeration for more than a few hours? Ron Stone, assistant director of nutrition at Mayo Clinic's Jacksonville, Florida campus, offers tips to add to your necessity list to liven up your canned good staples as well as safety information for eating well during a natural disaster.
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