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    • Canned and Frozen Vegetables: Getting the Most Nutrition for Your Money 

      Anding, Jenna (2000-05-05)
      Canned and frozen vegetables are nutritious and can be substituted for fresh produce if fresh vegetables are not available or are poor in quality. This publication offers tips on selection, food safety and storage. A table ...
    • Consumer's Guide: Preventing Food-borne Illness 

      Extension Food and Nutrition Specialists (2008-12-22)
      By following a few simple measures, you can help protect yourself and your family from food-borne illness caused by harmful bacteria.
    • Easter Eggs: Enjoy Them Safely 

      Birkhold, Sarah (2006-11-27)
      Easter egg hunts can be fun and safe for all if you follow a few simple guidelines. This publication gives tips for buying, storing, cooking and serving eggs for the Easter holiday and other times. Included are instructions ...
    • Electron Beam--21st Century Food Technology 

      Vestal, Andy (2003-03-07)
      This publication explains electron beam irradiation technology to consumers, industry professionals and government officials. Electron beam irradiation is a method of treating food and other products for pathogens that ...
    • Emergency Food and Water Supplies 

      Van Laanen, Peggy (1999-05-14)
      Creating an emergency supply of food and water, and knowing how to safely handle food and water after a disaster, can reduce stress, worry and inconvenience. This publication provides information on water supply storage ...
    • Enjoy Poultry Meat Safely 

      Davis, Michael (2006-03-24)
      Poultry is a nutritious, economical and versatile food choice, but it requires careful handling, storage and cooking to prevent food poisoning. Two groups of bacteria can be found on raw poultry meat: bacteria that cause ...
    • Explore the Genetic Frontier: 10 Steps to Safety: Regulating Plant Biotechnology 

      Vestal, Andy (2003-01-03)
      Biotechnology is a tool for modifying the DNA of organisms to produce foods. Consumers need to know how these products are tested to safeguard human and animal health and the environment. This pamphlet discusses the agencies ...
    • Food Safety for Tailgate Parties and Picnics 

      Van Laanen, Peggy (2001-10-22)
      Certain foods are a health risk when prepared ahead of time and taken to outdoor parties. One key to food safety is keeping perishables at the proper temperature and knowing the time limit for serving them.
    • Food Safety for Tailgate Parties and Picnics (Spanish) 

      Van Laanen, Peggy (2001-10-22)
      Certain foods are a health risk when prepared ahead of time and taken to outdoor parties. One key to food safety is keeping perishables at the proper temperature and knowing the time limit for serving them.
    • Fresh Fruits: Getting the Most Nutrition for Your Money 

      Anding, Jenna (2000-05-05)
      To get the most nutrition possible, buy only high quality, fresh fruits. This publication offers tips on selection, food safety and storage. A table explains how to select fruits for availability, nutritional value and quality.
    • Fresh Vegetables: Getting the Most Nutrition for Your Money 

      Anding, Jenna (2000-05-05)
      To get the most nutrition possible, buy only high quality, fresh vegetables. This publication offers tips on selection, food safety and storage. A table explains how to select vegetables for availability, nutritional value ...
    • Handling Food and Drinks when Losing Power 

      Anding, Jenna (2005-09-30)
      How do you know whether or not refrigerated and frozen foods are safe when the power has been out for some time? And what about the safety of canned foods? Helpful lists explain what you can save, what you can refreeze, ...
    • Handling Food and Drinks when Losing Power (Spanish) 

      Anding, Jenna (2007-10-08)
      How do you know whether or not refrigerated and frozen foods are safe when the power has been out for some time? And what about the safety of canned foods? Helpful lists explain what you can save, what you can refreeze, ...
    • Identifying and Handling Spoiled/Unsafe Food and Drinks after a Disaster 

      Anding, Jenna (2005-09-30)
      This publication explains how to tell whether or not food has spoiled and how to dispose of spoiled food properly and safely.
    • Identifying and Handling Spoiled/Unsafe Food and Drinks after a Disaster (Spanish) 

      Anding, Jenna (2007-10-08)
      This publication explains how to tell whether or not food has spoiled and how to dispose of spoiled food properly and safely.
    • Keep Food Safe When Cooking Outdoors 

      Anding, Jenna (2008-11-07)
      Careful grilling can prevent foodborne illness as well as excessive smoke and charring, which may be unhealthy. This publication gives tips on food preparation and grilling to keep cookouts safe.
    • Keep Food Safe when Cooking Outdoors (Spanish) 

      Anding, Jenna (2008-11-25)
      Careful grilling can prevent foodborne illness as well as excessive smoke and charring, which may be unhealthy. This publication gives tips on food preparation and grilling to keep cookouts safe.
    • Keep Foodborne Illness from Spoiling Holiday Parties 

      Nutrition, Food and (2008-12-17)
      Food safety is especially important during the holidays. Learn how to protect your family and friends from food-borne illness. A recipe for Holiday Eggnog is included.
    • Keep Foodborne Illness from Spoiling Holiday Parties (Spanish) 

      Nutrition, Food and (2008-12-17)
      Food safety is especially important during the holidays. Learn how to protect your family and friends from food-borne illness. A recipe for Holiday Eggnog is included.
    • Pack a Safe Lunch 

      Extension Food and Nutrition Specialists (2009-01-06)
      Lunches taken to school or work can be the cause of food-borne illness. To keep children safe, make sure hot foods are kept hot and cold foods are kept cold. Learn which foods are safe at room temperature, as well as other ...