About one-sixth estimated Americans fall ill due to foodborne pathogens every year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These illnesses result in almost 128,000 hospitalizations and around 3,000 deaths. People are more susceptible to foodborne bacteria during the summer, where bacteria thrives on warm temperatures.
To prevent food from becoming bad, here are some recommendations from the USDA:
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