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Published: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 @ 5:57 PM
By: Franchesca Hackworth
— Many residences have been left without power in the aftermath of the Memorial Day storms and tornadoes and run the risk of potential food borne illnesses as food may become contaminated, damaged or spoiled.
Environmental health professionals at Greene County public health offer tips on how to minimize the potential for food borne illness:
Health professionals say the safest approach is to throw out food if there is any doubt.