You dig deep in your pocketbook and comb grocery stores to find foods you think are fresh and safe to eat. But all foods -- regardless of the way they were produced -- need to be handled and stored properly to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria that can cause foodborne illness. September is National Food Safety Education Month and Cooperative Extension joins the non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education to bring you the "2011 Food Safety Mythbusters".
Even though these myths are from 2010, they're still relevant today.
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