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Radio Script "Be Food Safe - Chill"

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CHORUS: Clean! Separate! Cook! Chill!

ANNOUNCER: Do you know how to keep food safe at home? The easy lessons of "Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill" will help you protect your family and be food safe! Let's talk about how to chill.

First-keep the fridge at 40 degrees or below to keep bacteria from growing.

Use an appliance thermometer to be sure things are cool.

Then-chill leftovers and takeout foods within 2 hours, and divide food into shallow containers for fast cooling.

And-always thaw meat, poultry, and seafood in the fridge, not on the counter, and never overstuff the fridge.

Food safety risks at home are common. The USDA is your partner in being food safe.

CHORUS: Clean! Separate! Cook! Chill!

ANNOUNCER: For more information on all four food safety lessons, visit befoodsafe.gov or call 1-888-MPHotline.

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Last Modified Jun 08, 2013