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Cook Chicken to a Safe Temperature

Cook Food to a Food Safe Temperature

Foodborne pathogens grow well at room temperatures, but are destroyed by heat above 135 degrees F. For an extra margin of food safety, USDA recommends extra cooking time to be sure the food is at an even safer temperature before consumption.

BY Jaime Foster | March 3, 2015

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More Great Food Safety Information from The Ohio State University

Nearly every week since March 1994, Chow Line has been answering questions about food, nutrition and food safety. It has grown into the place to find research-based, factual information presented in a simple, practical form.

BY Martha Filipic | August 19, 2014

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Clean Surfaces and Cross Contamination – Are You at Risk?

Most of us know that eating raw meat can make you sick, however did you know how you handle your food can also make you sick? By not properly handling the foods you prepare, you can put you and your family at risk for foodborne illness.

BY Jaime Foster | May 7, 2014