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Food » Safety

Displaying 36 to 40 of 86 Publications.

  • MF3204
    MF3204
    Food Product Dating: What Do Those Dates Mean?

    Food product dating can be confusing. This publication explains different terms and what they mean, as well as ways to determine if food is still safe, no matter what the date says. 2-page, color.

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  • MF3200
    MF3200
    Using Breast Milk Safely

    Breastfeeding mothers and caregivers need to follow safe handling procedures for expressed breast milk. Includes tips for safe storage and handling procedures. 2-page, color.

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  • MF3206
    MF3206
    Tips to Shop Safely at Farmers Markets

    Farmers markets are a good place to find fresh, local foods, but keep these tips in mind to keep food safe from market to table. 1-page, color.

    $0.60
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  • MF3207
    MF3207
    Tips for Storing Fresh Produce

    Follow these tips for keeping your produce fresh and safe to eat. 1-page, color.

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  • SB666
    SB666
    Assessing SPS Capacity in Bangladesh (Sanitary and Phytosanitary System)

    The USDA studied the Bangladeshi Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Systems. The food safety risk chain in Bangladesh needs to be strengthened. Food safety risk is a detriment to food security, public health, and is an obstacle to an export program.

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