Make food safety a part of your daily routine, whether at home, work, the park, or a community get-together. It’s everyone's responsibility! Learn more about the how to keep your food safe with the resources below.
Safe Meals — Resources for cooking safely everyday, during the holidays, and at the office.
Storage — Find out about cold storage, dates of food products, and more.
Sanitation and Illness — Learn about common foodborne illnesses and how to avoid them.
Other Recommended Resources
Food Safety — Extension's Food Safety team provides education to consumers to support healthy, sustainable, and safe food at home and away.
How to Tell if Your Food Has Gone Bad — University of California-Davis — Short videos on how to tell if your bread, meats, dairy, leftovers, produce, frozen and pantry foods have gone bad, plus some food safety basics.
We Wish You Well — Oregon State University Extension — Online module that outlines how to keep food safe. In English and Spanish.
Home Food Safety — Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics — Solutions for easily and safely handling food in your kitchen and reducing the risk of food poisoning in your home.
Food Safety Fact Sheets — Food Safety and Inspection Service; United States Department of Agriculture — Reliable information on safe food handling preparation, food allergies, emergency preparedness, and more.