Identifying and Handling Spoiled/Unsafe Food and Drinks after a Disaster

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Date of Publication
October 27, 2021
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Overview

Food and drinks are often spoiled during storms and other disasters. After a power loss or a flood, each item needs to be checked to determine whether it is safe to eat or drink. Do not taste anything that is suspected to be spoiled. This publication also covers foods to throw away, what might be safe and disposing of unsafe food. (1 page)

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