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HE-0579
Alabama Blueberries
Blueberry production, mostly of the rabbiteye type, is increasing in Alabama. At present about 400 acres of blueberries are produced annually. This brochure offers tips on handling and freezing bluebe ...

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FCS-2058
Alabama Cottage Food Law
Alabama's Cottage Food Law, effective June 1, 2014, states that individuals can produce nonhazardous foods in their homes. This flyer outlines what food can and cannot be sold and where.

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FCS-2059
Alabama Cottage Food Law: Food Safety
Information for individuals wishing to start selling food prepared in their homes. Focus on food safety considerations for the individual preparing the food.

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ANR-0833
Alabama Seafood Facts
Gulf of Mexico fishermen harvest many species of seafood. The four most economically valuable forms landed in Alabama are shrimp, blue crabs, oysters, and fish. Alabama seafood processors, in turn ...

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ANR-1030
Aquacultured Oysters: Inspection, Quality, Handling, Storage, Safety
Archaeologists investigate oyster shell middens (piles of shucked oyster shells) to learn more about America’s earliest human inhabitants. Pottery and other artifacts found in middens provide evid ...

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HE-0186
Baked Squash
Baked Squash. This recipe makes enough for 6 people.

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HE-0859
Be a Germ Buster . . . Wash Your Hands (English and Spanish)
This publication serves as a visual placard in both English and Spanish, demonstrating in pictures the best methods and practices for washing your hands and eliminating germs.

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HE-0652
Beef Safety: Do It Right
Every year, more than 90 million Americans are affected by some type of foodborne illness. Despite popular belief, most foodborne illness problems are caused not by poor sanitation in the processing ...

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HE-0471
Better-Safe-Than-Sorry Food Storage Charts
Do you know how long you can keep luncheon meats in the refrigerator, leftovers in the freezer, flour in the cupboard? You'll find the answers to these and many other questions in this publication. Le ...

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ANR-1425
Buying Organic— What Does it Mean?
Most people define organic foods as those that have been produced using minimal or no synthetic pesticides to eliminate harmful residues on them. Organic food may be produced using approved pesticides ...


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