Many parents are discovering that homemade baby foods can be a nutritious and often more economical alternative to baby foods available in stores. To ensure that the food is safe for your growing infant, follow these simple steps for selecting, preparing, and storing food. #babyfood
Homemade Baby Food – Make it Safely | FoodSafety.gov
During the holiday season, it seems that all we do is shop, shop, shop. While not paying attention when you purchase holiday gifts places your wallet at risk, not paying attention when you purchase groceries can place your health at risk. #holiday #food #shopping # list
The Other Holiday Shopping: Grocery Shopping | FoodSafety.gov
Most offices host some sort of get-together this time of year and you may be asked to bring a dish. If you’re not bringing food to the office, you may be bringing something to another get-together with family or friends. Follow these tips to be sure your diners remember your nice contribution, instead of a naughty case of food poisoning. #christmas #food
Learn more about safe storage, handling, cooking methods, and approximate cooking time for beef, ham, lamb, pork, and other types of meat and poultry at http://go.usa.gov/Bz6H. #beef #lamb #pork #poultry #chicken #dinner #cooking
Eggs are one of nature's most nutritious and economical foods. But, you must take special care with handling and preparing fresh eggs and egg products to avoid food poisoning. Learn more about it at http://go.usa.gov/BG6V.