How to pick the safest, freshest food at the grocery store:

  • Do not purchase bruised or damaged produce.
  • Only purchase pre-cut produce items that are refrigerated or surrounded by ice.
  • When grocery shopping, put refrigerated items in your cart last.
  • Bag fresh produce separately from meat, poultry and seafood products during checkout.
  • When purchasing eggs, make sure they are clean and free of cracks.
  • Always check expiration dates.

Click the links below to find other important food safety tips to protect you and your family.

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