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Health Canada reminds Canadians of important summer food safety tips

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2019/70787a-eng.php

Aug 20, 2019 .... Defrost food in the refrigerator. Meat should be completely defrosted before cooking so that it cooks more evenly. Cooking: Use a digital thermometer to check the internal temperature of your meat to determine whether it’s fully cooked. Don’t simply rely on the colour of the meat. Consult Health Canada’s Safe cooking temperatures guide. For mechanically tenderized

Health Canada reminds pregnant women of the importance of food safety

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2019/70379a-eng.php

Jul 8, 2019 ... safe internal temperature. For the most accurate reading, check cooking temperatures by using a digital food thermometer. Chill: Refrigerate food and leftovers promptly at 4°C (40oF) or below. Defrost raw meat, poultry and fish in the refrigerator, in cold water or in the microwave. Never at room temperature. Foods defrosted in the microwave should be cooked

iDevices recalls Temperature Probes

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2014/41279r-eng.php

Sep 3, 2014 ... Affected products What you should do Joint recall with Health Canada, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC) and iDevices LLC Affected products Cooking thermometer probes Product description This recall involves all Pro Ambient Temperature Probes and Pro Meat Probes manufactured from May 2014 through June 2014. The probe measures ambient air

Use a Digital Food Thermometer for Safe Cooking

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2013/37151a-eng.php

... do Media enquiries Public enquiries Issue The only reliable way to make sure that meat, poultry, fish and seafood dishes reach safe internal cooking temperatures before serving is to use a digital food thermometer. While we often look for other signs that our food is cooked properly (for example, the colour of the meat and its juices), these methods can’t

Barbecue Food Safety

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2014/39533a-eng.php

May 16, 2014 ... indicator that meat is safe to eat. Meat may turn brown before dangerous bacteria that may be present, are killed. Use a digital food thermometer to be sure your meat has reached a safe internal temperature. To check the temperature of meat that you are cooking on the barbecue, take it off the grill and insert a digital food thermometer through the thickest part

Barbecue Food Safety

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2015/53385a-eng.php

... raw foods, especially meat. Grilling Colour alone is not a reliable indicator that meat is safe to eat. Use a digital food thermometer to ensure meat has reached a safe internal temperature. Check the temperature by inserting the thermometer through the thickest part of the meat. When cooking beef hamburgers, remove patties from the grill and insert

Summer Food Safety

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2014/40229a-eng.php

Jun 23, 2014 ... or seafood before using them again for other foods. Wash hands after handling raw meat and wash the food thermometer (preferably a digital one) after each temperature reading. Step Three - Cook: Make sure you kill harmful bacteria by properly cooking food. Checking the colour is not a guarantee that food is properly cooked and safe to eat. Don’t guess! Use a digital

Barbecue Food Safety Tips

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2013/29261a-eng.php

... is not a reliable indicator that meat is safe to eat. Meat can turn brown before all bacteria are killed. Use a digital food thermometer to be sure. To check the temperature of meat that you are cooking on the barbecue, take it off the grill and insert a digital food thermometer through the thickest part of the meat. If you are cooking a beef hamburger, take the patty from

Barbecue Food Safety Tips

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2010/13513a-eng.php

... potential cross-contamination and prevent the spread of foodborne illness. When you grill Colour alone is not a reliable indicator that meat is safe to eat. Meat can turn brown before all bacteria are killed, so use a digital food thermometer to be sure. To check the temperature of meat that you are cooking on the barbecue, take the meat off the grill and insert

Barbecue Food Safety Tips

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2011/13605a-eng.php

... and prevent the spread of foodborne illness. When you grill: Colour alone is not a reliable indicator that meat is safe to eat. Meat can turn brown before all bacteria are killed, so use a digital food thermometer to be sure. To check the temperature of meat that you are cooking on the barbecue, take the meat off the grill and insert the digital food thermometer

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