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Suggested Social Media Posts

Suggested Tweets and Facebook posts are included to help spread the word about food safety during back to school months.

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Back-to-School Food Safety Tips

Preparing for the first day of school? For many it’s been awhile. Start the school year off happy & healthy with our food safety tips for packing safe school lunches: https://go.usa.gov/xysDe #BacktoSchool #FoodSafety 🍎📚

Preparing for the first day of school? For many it’s been awhile. Start the school year off happy & healthy with our food safety tips for packing safe school lunches: https://go.usa.gov/xysDe #BacktoSchool #FoodSafety 🍎📚
Tips to Keep Your Kids Healthy

This year many are taking extra steps to keep their kids healthy. It’s important to remember that food safety should be a part of your healthy school plan. Parents –brush up on the basics and prevent foodborne illness, with these tips: https://go.usa.gov/xysDe#BacktoSchool

This year many are taking extra steps to keep their kids healthy. It’s important to remember that food safety should be a part of your healthy school plan. Parents –brush up on the basics and prevent foodborne illness, with these tips: https://go.usa.gov/xysDe#BacktoSchool
K-5 Handwashing Make sure your students know how to properly wash their hands! Protect students from bad germs by teaching them the 5 steps for proper handwashing. #BacktoSchool #FoodSafety 🍎📚 #washyourhands Make sure your students know how to properly wash their hands! Protect students from bad germs by teaching them the 5 steps for proper handwashing. #BacktoSchool #FoodSafety 🍎📚 #washyourhands
Pack a Safe Lunch Did you know children are the especially vulnerable to food poisoning? Take extra precaution when packing them lunch or preparing their meals. Here’s what you need to know  #BacktoSchool Did you know children are the especially vulnerable to food poisoning? Take extra precaution when packing them lunch or preparing their meals. Here’s what you need to know  #BacktoSchool
6-8 Microwave Cooking If your #youngadults  make their own meals, make sure they understand what #foodsafety steps they should follow while preparing microwave friendly meals! #BacktoSchool If your #youngadults  make their own meals, make sure they understand what #foodsafety steps they should follow while preparing microwave friendly meals! #BacktoSchool
9-12 Chilling Leftovers Protect your #HighSchooler from foodborne illness by teaching them to follow the 2-hour rule. Food left out more than 2 hours, puts them at risk. #FoodSafety #BacktoSchool Protect your #HighSchooler from foodborne illness by teaching them to follow the 2-hour rule. Food left out more than 2 hours, puts them at risk. #FoodSafety #BacktoSchool

 

Last Modified Aug 21, 2020