Summer Traffic? Keep It Cool.

With the teasing of warm weather that has been around us lately, keeping groceries cool is so important while transporting them home during rush hour.  I like to pack a cooler with me to keep foods that need to be refrigerated (particularly meats, fish and poultry) in a cool and safe environment.  It doesn’t take long for dangerous bacteria to form on raw food.  Anything above 40 degrees F and below 140 degrees F is prime breeding grounds for those hazardous, microscopic, creepy-crawlies.  Grocers tend to have ice on hand for purchase, or if to are going to the butcher or fish market, they are more than willing to supply you with a small amount of ice for the trip home.  Don’t let the heat from being stuck in traffic ruin your groceries.

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