Basic Holiday Food Safety

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During the holidays, many people plan and prepare meals to feed more than just their own family. Feeding a crowd can raise the risk of foodborne illness from germs that you can’t see, smell, or taste. Consider these tips on how to safely prepare, cook, and serve meals to keep those at your table safe from foodborne illness.

NC State Extension Food Safety at Home for the Holidays

NC State Extension Holiday Food Safety Series

Basic Holiday Food Safety

Written By

Kim Terrell, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKim TerrellExtension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences Call Kim Email Kim N.C. Cooperative Extension, Macon County Center
Updated on Dec 30, 2020
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