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any remnants of the Thanksgiving meal still in the refrigerator need to be pitched or moved to the freezer.
The "five-second rule" is more than an old wives' tale, according to a new study.
Original Cheerios made from non-GMO ingredients will soon appear on store shelves. Food expert Mary Beth Albright explains what all the fuss is about.
A lot of refrigerators are stuffed the morning after Thanksgiving with all kinds of remnants of the big holiday meal. Storing all that food properly is important.
A consumer advocacy group is petitioning the U.S. Department of Agriculture to halt a pilot program aimed at improving the efficiency of meat industry inspections because the group says it will make meat unfit for consumption.
If a number of new proposals are passed in the District, it could change where you grab a quick lunch.
After the turkey and trimmings comes the dreaded Thanksgiving clean-up. And when it comes to storing leftovers, we can all learn from a master chef.
A new study finds more education, outreach needed to prevent anglers from eating fish caught in the Anacostia River.
Groceries are expensive these days, and it is more important than ever to know how to keep every morsel safe and fresh.
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