Packing a Safe Lunch
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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Lunches taken to school or work can be the cause of food-borne illness. To keep children safe, make sure hot foods are kept hot and cold foods are kept cold. Learn which foods are safe at room temperature, as well as other tips for lunch safety. (2 Pages)
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