World Food Safety Day: homework to ensure your food is safe

It is World Food Safety Day and the World Health Organization highlights the importance of raising awareness.

“600 million people around the world get sick every year from eating contaminated foods.”

430,000 of those people die from food-related illnesses. Today is meant to remind you of what you can do at home to make sure your food is safe.

Last year, there were more than 300 events around the world.

Click HERE to find an event near you.

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