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It is important to keep foods safe to eat. Food should be nourishing for our bodies and not make us sick. It is important for food to be handled carefully from the time food is bought and prepared till it is eaten and stored.

It is also important to wash hands before handling food. This includes preparing, cooking, eating, and storing food. Hands should be washed for at least 20 seconds with warm soapy water (sing the ABC song once or Happy Birthday song twice). Be sure to wash thoroughly - between fingers, underneath finger nails, etc.

Proper safe food handling methods may prevent food related illnesses. Please refer to the "Be Safe" and "The Food Keeper" handouts for more tips on food safety.

Be Safe
The Food Keeper

 

 


Contact Information

Grocery Store Tour Project
1955 East-West Road #306
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Phone: (808) 956-4124


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