UC CalFresh Nutrition Education Program
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UC CalFresh Nutrition Education Program

Food Safety Update

Food Safety Update

This quarterly newsletter provides up-to-date food safety information. (English only)

Issue Articles
Volume 69 (1,003KB)

Spring Clean Your Kitchen; Refrigerator Cleaning; Pantry Cleaning

Volume 68 (1,009KB)

Reusable Grocery Bags; Tips for the Use and Care of Reusable Grocery Shopping Bags - At Home and At the Store

Volume 67 (248KB)

Kids and Food Safety; Guidelines for Keeping Kids Safe; Microwave Safety Tips for Children; Why Are Children at Risk?

Volume 66 (985KB)

Packing Safe Lunches; Getting Ready to Make Lunch; Preparing Foods; Keep Hot Foods Hot and Cold Foods Cold; Transporting Lunches Safely

Volume 65 (1,123KB)

Produce Tips to Keep You Safe; Check for Bruising or Damage; Clean Hands, Surfaces, and Utensils; Rinse Just Before Eating; Separate from Contaminants; Throw Away

Volume 64 (1,073KB)

Food Safety Practices and Cookbooks; Cookbook Food Safety Mistakes; Cooking Cart

Volume 63 (1,203KB)

Holiday Food Safety - Tips to Reduce Risk of Foodborne Illness

Volume 62 (1,074KB)

Farmers' Market Food Safety; Keeping Produce Safe; Keeping Milk, Cheese, and Eggs Safe; Keeping Juices and Cider Safe; Keeping prepared Food Safe; Storing Your Farmers' Market Purchases Properly

Volume 61 (1,007KB)

Reusable Shopping Bags; At Home; At the Store

Volume 60 (1,325KB)

Food Product Dating; What is Food Product Dating?; Does Federal Law Require Dating?; Commonly Used Phrases; Date on Egg Cartons; Storing Food Safely

Volume 59 (1,361KB)

Holiday Food Safety; Safe Food Handling-Shop and Store; Safe Food Handling-Preparation; Safe Food Handling-Hitting the Road; Safe Food Handling-Leftovers

Volume 58 (196KB)

Raw Dough - Safe to Eat?; The Culprit; Symptoms and Who is at Risk; Safe Handling of Foods

Volume 57 (248KB)

Fresh Produce Safety: Buying Tips; Storing and Separating Tips; Preparation Tips; Prewashed Produce

Volume 56 (196KB)

Foodborne Illness; Frequently Asked Questions

Volume 55 (218KB)

Washing Hands, Food and Kitchen Surfaces; Foods that Should Always Be Washed; Never Wash; Keeping Your Work Area Clean


Volume 54 (188KB)

Keep It Chilled; Your Refrigerator is a Critical Tool for Keeping Food Safe; Thawing; Picnics, Barbecues and Buffets; On the Road

Volume 53 (188KB)

Keeping Food Safe; Supermarket Safety; Handling Rotisserie Chicken Safely

Volume 52 (244KB)

Brown Bagging It; Safe Lunches Start in the Kitchen; Dining at Your Desk; Tips for a Safer Lunch


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