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2021
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Denise A. Frey
1525 E. Republic Rd., A120
Springfield, MO 65804
Toll Free: 866-530-4474
Office: 417-887-4474
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FROM MY DESK:
Don't Invite Food Poisoning to Thanksgiving

Dear Colleague,

Since most food contamination happens at home, here are a few tips from the CDC to keep your holiday season tasty AND healthy.

• Clean before and after handling food, including hands and surfaces.
• Minimize the chances of cross-contaminating by using separate cutting boards for meat and produce.
• Use a food thermometer to ensure a safe minimum internal temperature.
• The longer food sits out, the greater the chance of contamination. Refrigerate promptly in airtight containers.

And the very best wishes from all of us here for a peaceful, family-filled, fantastic Thanksgiving!

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