-- Mary Elizabeth Dallas
SUNDAY, Nov. 18 (HealthDay News) -- Having sufficient cooler
space and ice packs are essential for ensuring food safety during a
tailgate party, say experts from the Institute for Food Safety and
Health at Illinois Institute of Technology.
Whether you dish out food prepared beforehand or cook it
alongside your car in a stadium parking lot, this popular American
pastime requires careful planning, said Robert Gravani, a professor
of food science at Cornell University and spokesman for the
Chicago-based Institute of Food Technologists.
According to the food-safety experts, safety precautions
tailgaters should take to prevent foodborne illnesses include the
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