Food Safety for Kids

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Right now, there may be an invisible enemy ready to strike. He’s called BAC (bacteria) and he can make people sick. In fact, even though you can’t see BAC – or smell him, or feel him – he and millions more like him may already be invading food products, kitchen surfaces, knives, and other utensils. But you have the power to Fight BAC!® and to reduce your risk of foodborne illness.

It’s as easy as following these core four Fight BAC!® practices for food safety:Food Safety for Kids flyer

Learn more about Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill in this short video presentation by Dee Decker, Family & Consumer Science Agent. Created for just for children.

Click here to watch the Food Safety for Kids Video!

For additional kid-friendly Fight Bac games and activities go to: Kids Games and Activities