Nov 13, 2018
Food handling errors and inadequate cooking are the most common problems that lead to poultry-associated foodborne disease outbreaks in the United States. Considering an estimated 88 percent of Americans eat turkey at Thanksgiving and more than 44 million turkeys will be sold for the holiday, Kansas State University food scientist Karen Blakeslee says now is a good time to review the steps we can take to reduce the risk of foodborne illness.
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