General Information

Contact Dept

  • Phone:
    (559) 600-3357
  • Fax:
    (559) 600-7629
  • Address:
    1221 Fulton Mall, 3rd Floor
    Fresno, CA 93721
  • Email Department

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Last Updated by Russell Bevill
  Food Safety WIDGET - Recalls, Alerts and Tips

Some foods are more frequently associated with food poisoning or foodborne illness. With these foods, it is especially important to:

  • 10195_meats.pngCLEAN: Wash hands and food preparation surfaces often. And wash fresh fruits and vegetables carefully.
  • SEPARATE: Don't cross-contaminate! When handling raw meat, poultry, seafood and eggs, keep these foods and their juices away from ready-to-eat foods.
  • COOK: Cook to proper temperature. See the Minimum Cooking Temperatures chart at FoodSafety.gov for details on cooking meats, poultry, eggs, leftovers, and casseroles.
  • 10195_market.pngCHILL: At room temperature, bacteria in food can double every 20 minutes. The more bacteria there are, the greater the chance you could become sick. So, refrigerate foods quickly because cold temperatures keep most harmful bacteria from multiplying.

Source: FoodSafety.gov

Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts  

  External Links

10174_cdphlogo.pngCalifornia Department of Public Health
10195_hhs56x49.pngU.S. Department of Health & Human Services
10195_usda56x40.pngU.S. Department of Agriculture
10195_fda71x37.pngU.S. Food and Drug Administration
10195_cdclogo46x29.pngCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
10195_nih55x54.pngNational Institutes of Health

 

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