Do You Want to Keep Your Kitchen Safe from Food Contamination?
Do you think eyeballing or smelling your food can tell you if it’s safe? Wrong! Looking or sniffing only detects the presence of spoilage microorganisms, not necessarily the dangerous food pathogens.
How about relying on the “sell by,” “best if used by,” or “use by” dates on packages or perishable foods? These aren’t much help either, because they can be only clues to how long the taste or peak quality of a food is expected to last – they don’t tell you whether the food is safe. Now you can have the latest life-saving information about handling the foods in your kitchen, because NutritionAction.com’s scientists and food-safety advocates have prepared some valuable and helpful food-safety advice for you.
Dear health-conscious consumer,
The kitchen is a central location in most households. But it also has a dark side. Of all the rooms in your house, the kitchen is likely to be the germiest, more so than even the bathroom!
That’s exactly why you should learn how to keep you and your family safe at home. Discover ways to avoid food contamination in Food Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen from Making You Sick.
This special free health and safety advice has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists, so safely handling food in your kitchen is easy…and the methods are memorable. Your free copy of Food Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen from Making You Sick includes:
- What should you do if you have moldy food in your kitchen? Sniff it to test? No, don’t do that! Follow this advice instead.
- Do you know what a Class I food recall is when issued by the FDA? In 2010, there were 1,499 of these (not including foods regulated by USDA such as meat, poultry, and raw eggs). Here is a government Web site that details food recalls.
- What should you do if the power goes out, to protect the food in your refrigerator and freezer? Here is specific advice about what you can save and what you should ditch…and after how long!
- Discover best ways to prevent cross-contamination in your kitchen. These are are easy methods that should be part of your regular food-preparation routines.
- You’ve heard of the “five-second rule” if dropping something on the floor? Forget about that: here is why food that’s fallen on the floor can be dangerous whether it’s there for five seconds or five minutes.
- And keep close-at-hand this special phone number, Web site, and email address for all aspects of food safety…from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Download this free health and safety advice right now, so you can protect yourself and your family from a host of foodborne illnesses.
You should learn all about kitchen hygiene to ensure contaminated foods never reach your plates, and Food Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen from Making You Sick is your guide to get you started.
Act now to get your free health advice about food safety in your kitchen.
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To your health,
The Team at Nutrition Action
P.S. If you’re still uncertain about downloading this valuable advice, please consider this: thousands of people die every year from foodborne illnesses…and hundreds of thousands more are hospitalized from consuming tainted food. If you follow some basic kitchen safety tips, you and your family can avoid contaminated food and the pain and suffering that comes with getting sick. Download your free copy of Food Safety: How to Keep Your Kitchen from Making You Sick right now!