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Is It Food Poisoning Or The Stomach Flu?

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), even though the American food supply is among the safest in the world, there are about 48 million cases of foodborne illnesses (food poisoning) every year. Which means around 1 in 6 … Continue reading

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The H5N2 Bird Flu, What Does It Mean?

The outbreak of the avian influenza H5N2 in the U.S. has seriously impacted Midwestern poultry and egg producers. This strain has already spread to 14 states and has led to the deaths and scheduled euthanizing of over 45 million birds. … Continue reading

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Room Temperature or Refrigerate: How to Store Common Foods and Leftovers

To refrigerate or not to refrigerate? Even the seasoned kitchen experts among us often don’t know which foods to put in the fridge after opening and which not to. Living in Arizona, the temptation to refrigerate foods that may not … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Summer Food Safety

Summer is here and one of the top concerns has to be keeping families safe from food borne illness.   Summer means backyard barbecues, block parties, hiking trips, picnics, and all kinds of fun time spent outside.  But all that fun … Continue reading

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7 Tips for the Perfect Poolside July 4th Party

July 4th is almost here and there is no better way to celebrate this patriotic event than by gathering together your family and friends for a poolside party. Make sure your pool party is as perfect as possible by using … Continue reading

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