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Canning Tomatoes Safely

Photo by: National Center for Home Food Preservation

Home canning tomatoes is a great way to preserve them for later use. It is critical to use proper methods of heat processing to ensure a safe...

Food Safety Starts on the Farm

This article was written collaboratively by Heidi Carroll and Keith Underwood.


Farmers are entrusted with the care of the animals that produce our food before it gets to our plates. Whether food ...

Safe and Quality Meat Preparation

This article was written collaboratively by Heidi Carroll and Keith Underwood.


Meat provides protein and other essential nutrients to our diets, however, if not handled and prepared properly, it ...