Nov 22, 2021
The holiday season has arrived. Food – usually a lot of it – is part of the holiday celebration. Whether it’s the traditional large meal with family and friends, potlucks at work or the company party, food is everywhere. While we often worry about gaining a few extra pounds during the holidays, Kansas State University food scientist Karen Blakeslee says we should be equally concerned about food safety. She says following four basic food safety principles, along with regularly washing our hands – is the best to prevent foodborne illness.
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