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Health and Safety » Food and Nutrition

Displaying 1 to 5 of 15 Publications.

  • MF3257S
    MF3257S
    Keys to Embracing Aging: Eating Smart, Spanish

    Translated into Spanish. Discover tips for eating healthy and establishing healthy lifestyle behaviors throughout your life. 8 pages, color.

    $4.35
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  • MF3484S
    MF3484S
    Diabetes: You Are in Control, Fact Sheet, Spanish

    Translated into Spanish. Diabetes is a common, costly, and serious disease. This fact sheet explains how you can understand your risks of developing type 2 diabetes, and how you can manage the disease if you have it. 4 pages, color.

    $2.20
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  • MF3515
    MF3515
    Suddenly in Charge: Food Safety

    Aimed at children who are suddenly responsible for younger people in their care, this publication includes tips for food safety. It also includes activity and snack suggestions. In English and Spanish. 2 pages, color.

    $1.15
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  • MF3438S
    MF3438S
    Spanish: Food Safety Training for Produce Workers

    Translated into Spanish. This brochure is designed to assist farms in complying with the worker training requirements outlined in the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act’s (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule. 2 pages, color, trifold.

    $1.15
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  • MF3252
    MF3252
    Choose Foods that Lower Your Risk of Cancer

    The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines urge all Americans to “consume a healthy eating pattern” that includes a variety of vegetables of all subgroups. That recommendation reflects research that suggested that diets rich in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains may offer some protection against cancer, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. Developed with the Johnson Cancer Research Center, this publication guides consumers in choosing a variety of fruits and vegetables that help promote long-term health.

    $1.15
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