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Consumer Food Safety

 
 
  • Clean - Wash hands and surfaces often
  • Separate - Don't cross-contaminate
  • Chill - Refrigerate promptly
  • Cook - Cook to proper temperatures

This site provides food safety information and resources for Hawaii’s consumers and families. Find timely information on safe food handling at home and at community events, food storage, and foodborne illness.

PROJECTS

  Food Events: Keep It Safe and Successful (KISS) – basic food safety training and resources for volunteers involved in planning, preparing, or serving large quantities of food for community meals, food fundraisers, youth camps, and school or community events.
  Germ City: Clean Hands Healthy People – a multi-state project to enhance awareness and effectiveness of hand washing through school, workplace and community-based presentations
     

 

RESOURCES

 

FACT SHEETS
  • General

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SPECIFIC FOODS

FOOD PRESERVATION AND STORAGE

COOKING TIMES AND TEMPERATURES

FOOD TECHNOLOGY

FAQ's & CONSUMER HOTLINES

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & BIOTERRORISM

BIOTECHNOLOGY

SPECIFIC AUDIENCES & TOPICS

FOOD SAFETY ALERTS AND RECALLS

  • Food Safety News and Alerts – Posts news, recalls and alerts for food-borne illness, food, water, and pesticides (U.S. Government)
  • Food Recalls – Lists the latest recalls from USDA aqnd FDA for meat, poultry products, food, and pet and animal feed
  • Fish Advisories – Advisories nationally and by state

SPECIAL TOPICS

OTHER FOOD SAFETY LINKS

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College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Updated November 2, 2006
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