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Holiday food safety basics for busy people

Holiday Food Safety Basics

for

busy people !

Enter presenter’s name, info

date


Holiday food safety basics for busy people

Working full-time

Cleaning house

Doing the shopping

Cooking

Catching a flight

In-Laws arriving

Kids fighting

Dogs barking

Television blaring

Science project due

Bills to pay

The Holidays are supposed to be happy, right?


Holiday celebrations

Holiday Celebrations

You want them to be

fun * easy * tasty

andsafe *-right?

Safe

Fun

Easy

Tasty

Safe

Fun

Easy

Tasty


Your food safe holiday

Your Food-Safe Holiday

  • Food Safety Basics

    – a Holiday refresher!

  • Leftovers Safety Quiz

  • Turkey Safety Quiz

  • ..and what NOT to forget to do


Let s talk about basics 4 core home practices

LET’S TALK ABOUT BASICS! 4 core home practices

  • Clean

  • Separate

  • Cook

  • Chill

    Consistent practice is important to your family’s health!


The 4 food safety practices

The 4 food safety practices

  • Clean. Why? Bacteria can spread throughout the kitchen and get on hands, utensils and countertops.

  • Separate. Why? Cross-contamination is how bacteria spreads. Keep raw meat, poultry, seafood and eggs away from ready-to-eat foods.


The 4 food safety practices1

The 4 food safety practices

  • Cook. Why? Improper heating & preparation of food means bacteria can survive.

  • Chill. Why? Bacteria grows fastest between 40 °F and 140 °F. Proper chilling is important to reducing risk of illness.


Clean wash hands surfaces often

CleanWash hands & surfaces often

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Separate don t cross contaminate

SeparateDon’t cross-contaminate


Cook use a food thermometer

CookUse a food thermometer!


Chill refrigerate promptly

ChillRefrigerate promptly!


Holiday food safety basics for busy people

Holiday Leftovers Safety Quiz

How long can you safely keep leftover perishable foods?

…and at what temp?


Holiday food safety basics for busy people

  • Leftovers should be eaten or frozen within 3-4days. Reheat to 165 °F.

  • Chill leftover turkey, stuffing & other foods within 2 hours of your feast.

  • Your fridge should be 40 °F or colder. Use an appliance thermometer to measure fridge temperature!


Holiday food safety basics for busy people

Turkey

Safety Quiz

What is the safe temp for turkey?

…and how do you tell it’s done?


Holiday food safety basics for busy people

  • Cook turkey to a safe minimum internal temp of 165 °F.

  • Measure with a food thermometer!

  • You can’t tell food is safely cooked by looking at it!


And always before and after handling food

And always before and after handling food …

Sing Happy Birthday twice!

A full 20 seconds with warm water & soap !


For more information free home downloads

For more information & free home downloads

www.HolidayFoodSafety.org

  • Safe – kitchen, turkey, leftovers

  • Fun – recipes & activities for kids

  • Easy – organizers & shopping lists

  • Tasty – menus, recipes & more!


Holiday food safety basics for busy people

Your Holiday Resource!

“I like that there are safety tips and activities – everything in one place.”

“The safety tips are great and remind me of important things I might not think of.”

- Consumers interviewed in Chicago-area grocery store


About pfse creator of holidayfoodsafety

PFSE is a non-profit, non-advocacy collaborative

Consumer education is only mission

Created by government-industry-consumer group agreement in 1997

Receives no dedicated government funding – PFSE is funded by charitable contributions

Lots of free consumer & teacher resources www.fightbac.org

Shelley Feist, Executive Director * [email protected]

About PFSEcreator of HolidayFoodSafety


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