Food Safety

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Residents who have been without power, or recently had their power restored, are advised to reduce the risk of a food borne illness:

  • If you have been without power for 24 hours or longer, all food in the fridge should be thrown out.
  • During a power outage of 48 hours or longer, all food in the freezer should be thrown out.
  • Any leftover cooked food that cannot be reheated or stored in a working       refrigerator or freezer should be thrown out.
  • Never eat food that looks or smells strange – when in doubt, throw it out. More food safety tips are available at:   http://bitly.com/Jxt79e.

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