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Always have a working thermometer in your refrigerator and freezers.

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Foodborne illnesses result from bacteria and mold that is not visible to your eye. You can prevent foodborne illnesses by following the correct food safety practices.

Food Safety

Each year in the U.S., one out of every six Americans gets sick from eating contaminated food. Knowing good food safety practices is important in preventing foodborne illnesses. The following websites provide in-depth, reliable information about how you can keep you and your family safe with proper food safety practices. 

The following are excellent resources for understanding the core four practices for food safety:

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County offers ServSafe classes and certifications. Contact us to learn more.




Ann Supa
Nutrition Educator
(607) 772-8953

Last updated October 15, 2020