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Preparing Spring Feasts Safely

As we welcome spring, you may be planning a meal for a special occasion. If your plans involve perishable foods such as ham, beef, lamb and eggs, be sure to handle them properly to prevent foodborne illness. Check ourfood safety charts on preparing and cooking these foods, and storing leftovers safely.


CDC Feature:Salmonellaand Eggs

Spring celebrations often involve eggs. Whether you are boiling them to color and hide, or cooking them to serve, you must take special care to avoid foodborne illness.

CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and prepare food made with eggs while reducing the chance of food poisoning fromSalmonella. Also available inSpanish.


Keeping Backyard Poultry

Owning backyard chickens and other poultry can be a great experience. However, backyard flock owners and especially children can get sick if they don’t follow proper precautions, as shown by therecord number ofSalmonellainfectionslinked to backyard flocks in 2017. CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and care for backyard flocks while reducing the chance ofSalmonellaillness. Also available inSpanish.

Always remember towash your handsafter handling backyard poultry. CDC’sinfographic is also available in Spanish.


Preparing Spring Feasts Safely

As we welcome spring, you may be planning a meal for a special occasion. If your plans involve perishable foods such as ham, beef, lamb and eggs, be sure to handle them properly to prevent foodborne illness. Check ourfood safety charts on preparing and cooking these foods, and storing leftovers safely.


CDC Feature:Salmonellaand Eggs

Spring celebrations often involve eggs. Whether you are boiling them to color and hide, or cooking them to serve, you must take special care to avoid foodborne illness.

CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and prepare food made with eggs while reducing the chance of food poisoning fromSalmonella. Also available inSpanish.


Keeping Backyard Poultry

Owning backyard chickens and other poultry can be a great experience. However, backyard flock owners and especially children can get sick if they don’t follow proper precautions, as shown by therecord number ofSalmonellainfectionslinked to backyard flocks in 2017. CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and care for backyard flocks while reducing the chance ofSalmonellaillness. Also available inSpanish.

Always remember towash your handsafter handling backyard poultry. CDC’sinfographic is also available in Spanish.


As we welcome spring, you may be planning a meal for a special occasion. If your plans involve perishable foods such as ham, beef, lamb and eggs, be sure to handle them properly to prevent foodborne illness. Check ourfood safety charts on preparing and cooking these foods, and storing leftovers safely.

Spring celebrations often involve eggs. Whether you are boiling them to color and hide, or cooking them to serve, you must take special care to avoid foodborne illness.

CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and prepare food made with eggs while reducing the chance of food poisoning fromSalmonella. Also available inSpanish.

Owning backyard chickens and other poultry can be a great experience. However, backyard flock owners and especially children can get sick if they don’t follow proper precautions, as shown by therecord number ofSalmonellainfectionslinked to backyard flocks in 2017. CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and care for backyard flocks while reducing the chance ofSalmonellaillness. Also available inSpanish.

Always remember towash your handsafter handling backyard poultry. CDC’sinfographic is also available in Spanish.

Preparing Spring Feasts Safely

As we welcome spring, you may be planning a meal for a special occasion. If your plans involve perishable foods such as ham, beef, lamb and eggs, be sure to handle them properly to prevent foodborne illness. Check ourfood safety charts on preparing and cooking these foods, and storing leftovers safely.


CDC Feature:Salmonellaand Eggs

Spring celebrations often involve eggs. Whether you are boiling them to color and hide, or cooking them to serve, you must take special care to avoid foodborne illness.

CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and prepare food made with eggs while reducing the chance of food poisoning fromSalmonella. Also available inSpanish.


Keeping Backyard Poultry

Owning backyard chickens and other poultry can be a great experience. However, backyard flock owners and especially children can get sick if they don’t follow proper precautions, as shown by therecord number ofSalmonellainfectionslinked to backyard flocks in 2017. CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and care for backyard flocks while reducing the chance ofSalmonellaillness. Also available inSpanish.

Always remember towash your handsafter handling backyard poultry. CDC’sinfographic is also available in Spanish.


As we welcome spring, you may be planning a meal for a special occasion. If your plans involve perishable foods such as ham, beef, lamb and eggs, be sure to handle them properly to prevent foodborne illness. Check ourfood safety charts on preparing and cooking these foods, and storing leftovers safely.

Spring celebrations often involve eggs. Whether you are boiling them to color and hide, or cooking them to serve, you must take special care to avoid foodborne illness.

CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and prepare food made with eggs while reducing the chance of food poisoning fromSalmonella. Also available inSpanish.

Owning backyard chickens and other poultry can be a great experience. However, backyard flock owners and especially children can get sick if they don’t follow proper precautions, as shown by therecord number ofSalmonellainfectionslinked to backyard flocks in 2017. CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and care for backyard flocks while reducing the chance ofSalmonellaillness. Also available inSpanish.

Always remember towash your handsafter handling backyard poultry. CDC’sinfographic is also available in Spanish.

As we welcome spring, you may be planning a meal for a special occasion. If your plans involve perishable foods such as ham, beef, lamb and eggs, be sure to handle them properly to prevent foodborne illness. Check ourfood safety charts on preparing and cooking these foods, and storing leftovers safely.

Spring celebrations often involve eggs. Whether you are boiling them to color and hide, or cooking them to serve, you must take special care to avoid foodborne illness.

CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and prepare food made with eggs while reducing the chance of food poisoning fromSalmonella. Also available inSpanish.

Owning backyard chickens and other poultry can be a great experience. However, backyard flock owners and especially children can get sick if they don’t follow proper precautions, as shown by therecord number ofSalmonellainfectionslinked to backyard flocks in 2017. CDC’sfeatureshares simple tips to handle and care for backyard flocks while reducing the chance ofSalmonellaillness. Also available inSpanish.

Always remember towash your handsafter handling backyard poultry. CDC’sinfographic is also available in Spanish.