Unboxing Meal Delivery Kits

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Most home delivery meal kits kits arrive neatly packed in insulated boxes containing various types of refrigeration aids. But the time spent sitting in a long-haul truck, the meal delivery vehicle and on your sunny porch can cause food to spoil. As meal delivery services become available for more food products in more places, all with just a quick click, how do you know if your food is safe to eat? Discover more food safety resources and healthy meal prep guidance with NC State Extension’s Homegrown.

At Homegrown, we share everyday solutions for everyday lives, whether that means preparing a nutritious seasonal recipe, learning the best way to start your garden, or discovering where your food comes from. Subscribe to our seasonal digest so you don’t miss out on timely tips and tools from our NC State Extension experts.

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Steve Pettis, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSteve Pettis, Jr.Extension Agent, Agriculture - Consumer and Commercial Horticulture Call Steve Email Steve N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center
Posted on Jan 11, 2022
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