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Healthy Food Tips
— Safe Handling, Cooking,
and Storing Tips

Have you ever wondered how long you can keep Tuna Fish, Meats, Salads, Eggs, or Deli and Lunch Meats in your refrigerator... or how long you can leave food out on the counter before you need to put it back into the refrigerator?

We found a great one-page chart at our local Whole Foods Store that summarizes some of the best Safe Handling, Cooking and Storing Tips for:

  • Hamburger
  • Soups
  • Bacon & Sausage
  • Fresh Meat
  • Fresh Poultry
  • Cooked Poultry
  • Deli & Prepared Products
  • Hot Dogs & Lunch Meats
  • Corned Beef & Ham
  • Frozen Prepared Dinners
  • Eggs


We couldn't find the chart on Whole Foods' website, so we just scanned it into a PDF file that you can download and print for your home or office.

One-Page Chart of Food Safety Tips
from Whole Foods Market (Open PDF)

Follow these guidelines to keep pathogens away from your home or office.



Fish, especially oily-fish high in omega 3's like Sardines, contain virtually no mercury and are loaded with calcium and contain iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and a full complement of B vitamins

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