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Deli meats sliced at the grocer should also be eaten within 4 days, preferably 2-3 days.

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Use pre-packaged deli meats within 4 days, preferably 2-3 days, after opening; even if this date is different than the best-before date. Best-before dates apply to unopened packages only.

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Keep your raw meat, poultry and seafood cold. Refrigerate or freeze them as soon as you get home from the grocery store.

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If you use reusable grocery bags, make sure to use a specific bag or bin just for raw meat, poultry, fish and seafood. Label the bag with the type of food it carries.

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Put raw food in individual plastic bags and pack them separately in your reusable grocery bags.

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Keep your raw meat, poultry, fish and seafood away from other food in your grocery cart so you don’t spread foodborne bacteria from raw food to ready-to-eat food.

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Buy cold or frozen food at the end of your shopping.

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Do not use leftover marinade from the raw food on the cooked food.

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Marinate meat in the refrigerator, not on the counter.

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Don’t pack your refrigerator with food – cold air must circulate to keep food safe. Check the temperature in your refrigerator using a thermometer.

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Defrost your raw meat, poultry, fish or seafood in the refrigerator, in a microwave or immersed in cold water. Don’t refreeze thawed food!

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Make sure your refrigerator is set to 4° C (40°F) or lower and your freezer at -18°C (0° F) or lower. This will keep your food out of the temperature danger zone, (between 4° C (40°F) and 60°C (140°F)), where bacteria can grow quickly

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Pork Loin Chop - Boneless Mesquite

Frozen #103021 $24.90/CS