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Leftover safety for after Memorial Day celebrations

29 days ago   |   By Food Safety News

Are you hosting a Memorial Day picnic or get-together? You're probably going to have a lot of leftovers, but if you don't store your food properly, it could lead to spoilage or food poisoning.
To ensure that your leftovers remain safe to eat, follow these guidelines:
Two-hour rule: All perishable items should be refrigerated within two hours of coming out of the oven or refrigerator. If you are outdoors and the temperature is 90 degrees F or higher the limit is one hour. After one or two hours, perishable food enters the Danger Zone - between 40 degrees to 140 degrees F - where bacteria...
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