Defenders of Egg Safety
April 15, 2018

Nothing is more important to egg farmers and the egg industry than the safety of the eggs you feed your family. A number of regulations and safeguards are in place to ensure the safety of the U.S. egg supply. The majority of today’s egg farms are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and

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Festive Brunch, Tomorrow’s Lunch?
March 29, 2018

Weekend brunch is a tradition in many families.  Leftovers can be the best part of a special meal. However, if not properly stored and reheated, all those wonderful dishes could pose a risk. To cut down on contracting a food-borne illness, keep the following tips in mind. Any food that has been left out for

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Safe Eggs for a Safe Easter
March 21, 2018

For the happiest memories, keep these safety tips in mind for buying, handling, and eating eggs, as the Easter season approaches. Let’s start with safe egg purchase considerations: Always purchase eggs from a refrigerated case Examine the carton for clean, uncracked shells Check the expiration date or sell by date Look for the USDA grade shield

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Handle Cute Chicks Carefully
March 20, 2018

There’s nothing cuter than tiny chicks and ducklings in the spring.   If you are planning on handling poultry this Easter holiday, or anytime,  make sure you follow a few simple rules to keep you and your family healthy and happy. At Easter, many families choose to add a sweet chick or duckling to the Easter

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