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Checking Food Items

• Do not rely on appearance or odor to determine if food will make you sick. Spoilage is often difficult, if not impossible, to detect. Never taste suspect meats, poultry, or other foods. If in doubt, throw it out!

DISCARD the following foods if kept more than two (2) hours above 40° F:
• Meats: raw or cooked meats, poultry, seafood, meat topped pizza, and lunch meats
• Dairy: milk/cream, yogurt, soft cheese, custard, cream filled pastries
• Other: open jars of baby food/infant formula, mayonnaise, tartar sauce, salad dressing and cooked vegetables, casseroles, stews or soups

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