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Be Food Safe

Be Food Safe: Clean. (Soapy hands under running water.) Be Food Safe: Separate (Separate cutting boards for raw meat and vegetables.) Be Food Safe: Cook (Measuring internal temperature of 165 degrees in chicken parts in skillet.) Be Food Safe: Chill (Refrigerator thermometer indicating temperature of 40 degrees F or lower)

BE FOOD SAFE: Four Simple Steps

Be Food Safe means preventing foodborne illness through four easy steps: Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill.

Nutrition Note: For nutrition information, visit ChooseMyPlate.gov. Food safety and nutrition go hand-in-hand!


About the Be Food Safe Campaign
Read this introduction to learn more about the purpose, development, and launch of the Be Food Safe campaign.

Be Food Safe For Educators
Tools for educators include print advertisements and radio spots for each of the four behaviors, logos, and a poster.

Be Food Safe Research
Important social marketing research supports FSIS' Be Food Safe educational campaign.

News, Video, Photo and Images

 

 

Short URL for this page: http://www.fsis.usda.gov/be_foodsafe

Last Modified Jun 09, 2017