For safe food and healthy eating
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Whether you’re shopping or cooking, these tips will help make sure the food you cook and eat won’t do you any harm.
Knowing how to prepare and cook food helps keep the food you and your family eat safe. These simple tips will help make sure the food you cook and eat won’t do you any harm.
Food poisoning isn’t just something you get outside your home – the meals you prepare can be a source of food poisoning too.
Stop germs growing by keeping them cold. Look out for a 'use by' date or 'keep refrigerated' on the label.
Keep yourself and your kitchen clean by washing and drying your hands thoroughly.
It’s easy for germs to spread around the kitchen – stop the spread by avoiding cross-contamination.
Advice for safely storing, handling and cooking raw fruit and vegetables.
There are 20 common ‘kitchen crimes’ which could lead to food poisoning. In Scotland, on average, we’re guilty of 9 out of 20! But we can all do some small things in the kitchen to crack down and make sure the food we cook at home is safe.
Food poisoning can wreck your summer barbecue. Keep pink chicken – and nasty food bugs – off the menu.
A successful party is one you and your guests enjoy. Obviously, that means no food poisoning!
Storage is another important stage when preparing food to help keep you and your family safe.
Looking for advice on cooking a turkey? The following guide will help you prepare the perfect roast for your family and friends to enjoy – without food poisoning ruining festivities.
Whether you’re eating out or buying ingredients to make things easier at home, we help make sure the food and drink you buy is safe.