Enjoy Poultry Meat Safely

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
May 5, 2022
Price
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Overview

Poultry is often seen as a food that is high in protein, nutritious, less expensive and can be made many ways. Poultry can also be a very safe food when taking precautions. This publication will teach you how to handle poultry meat products for safe consumption.

Poultry meat products are popular foods for many Americans. Poultry is also a safe food as long as precautions are taken when handling poultry meat products. This publication will teach you how to enjoy poultry meat safely including:At the grocery storeIn the refrigeratorIn the kitchenCookingServingLeftoversFood safety is a shared responsibility. Following these guidelines, you will be able to store, handle, and prepare food safely. (2 pages)

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