Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Floods, Hurricanes & Power Outages: Keeping Food and Water Safe

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Floods, Hurricanes & Power Outages: Keeping Food and Water Safe


Floods, Hurricanes & Power Outages: Keeping Food and Water Safe

The time to plan for a weather emergency or power outage is before it happens. The FDA has provided the information on this page to help you develop a plan for keeping food and water safe in such an event. Whether you are getting ready to evacuate or shelter in place, or you are returning home after an emergency, it’s important to be aware of how to avoid foodborne illness from contaminated food or water. 
Topics on this page:

Information for Consumers 

Information for Industry 

Additional Information from FDA 

Information from Other Government Agencies 

For more information on safe food handling, go to Disaster Assistance from FoodSafety.gov or call FDA's toll-free information line at 1-888-SAFEFOOD (1-888-723-3366).

2 comments:

Flea said...

Are y'all safe? I don't even know where you live. I'm in Oklahoma, but was in Atlanta when Sandy was about to hit.

Jeanne Pursell said...

Thank you so much for the public service announcements 'vie...so glad that you all are ok!! xo

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