Begin by creating a menu that keeps summer safety and everyone’s health in mind. Consider those who might be on special diets, such as gluten-free or low-sodium, as well as foods that hydrate:
Hosting any outdoor event during the summer takes extra planning and precautions to stay safe, including:
You can learn more about avoiding food poisoning by visiting Foodborne Germs and Illnesses on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website. It’s a helpful resource for information on the causes, symptoms, and warning signs of foodborne illnesses.
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