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USDA: Leftovers and Food Safety Tips

Often when we cook at home or eat in a restaurant, we have leftovers. To ensure that leftovers are safe to eat, make sure the food is cooked to a safe temperature and refrigerate the leftovers promptly. Not cooking food to a safe temperature and leaving food out at an unsafe temperature are the two main causes of foodborne illness. Safe handling of leftovers is very important in reducing foodborne illness. Follow the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service’s recommendations for handling leftovers safely.

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