Health Tip: Keep Food Safe
(HealthDay News) -- If you've packed food and snacks for your
hiking or camping trip, don't forget these food safety rules to
make sure food poisoning doesn't ruin your plans.
The U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service offers these
suggestions: Make sure you choose foods that are light enough to carry and
won't spoil easily.For cold foods, freeze them overnight and bring them
frozen.Wash your hands, and keep all raw meats and juices away from
other foods.Make sure your water source is safe by boiling or using water
purification tablets.Pack nonperishable foods, such as dried fruits, beef jerky,
nuts, peanut butter and canned foods.Use a food thermometer to make sure all foods are thoroughly
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