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Food Safety at Home 

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PREVENTION -- Proper precautions ensure food safety in the home.

What could be more personal than the food you prepare to eat on a daily basis?  The concern of food safety is as close as your next meal.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year, an estimated 48 million Americans get sick from eating contaminated or improperly prepared foods and many of these cases are from improperly home prepared and stored foods.  The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service has county educators trained in Family and Consumer Sciences that can provide consumers with information to increase ones understanding about food safety. Contact your local county extension office or link to the resources below for more information.

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University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Lunch Safety at Your Desk
University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Keeping Infant Formulas and Baby Food Safe
University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Summer Safety-Picnics
 Mississippi Safety Frequently Asked Questions  Food Safety Frequently Asked Questions
Partnership for Food Safety Education Fight Bac!