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www.eatright.org/resource/homefoodsafety/safety-tips/holidays/how-to-safely-mail-homemade-food-gifts

Dec 12, 2016 ... Perishable foods should be kept at or below 40°F — or better yet, frozen — during ... hams, anchovies and shrimp dips also are safe for mailing.

compass.ups.com/food-packaging-tips-for-holiday-shipping

Tips on how to pack food for holiday shipping from UPS, including effective packing ... That can help your friend or loved one get the goods into the refrigerator or ...

food52.com/hotline/6741-need-ideas-for-food-gifts-for-new-mom-that-can-be-mailed

Two of my friends are about to become moms to twins. They've asked that in lieu of fancy baby gifts, friends offer babysitting and meals instead...

www.delish.com/cooking/g294/college-care-packages

Jul 15, 2013 ... Your college kids are sure to enjoy these simple, easy-to-mail snacks that will keep them satisfied during late-night study sessions.

www.usps.com/ship/shipping-restrictions.htm

Can you mail alcohol? Beer? Cigarettes? Fruits and vegetables? If you have any questions about whether or not the contents of your shipment can be shipped ...

traveltips.usatoday.com/mail-frozen-refrigerated-food-61211.html

Foods that are frozen or need to be refrigerated are safe to mail as long as ... Perishable foods should be stored below 40 degrees F during the mailing process.

jomygosh.com/2014/11/healthy-foods-care-packages

Nov 14, 2014 ... I've heard the same thing from many of you, so I put together a list of care package-proof foods that are healthy and should hold up being sent ...

www.fedex.com/us/perishables

You can count on FedEx Temp-Assure®, our portfolio of temperature-control ... Examples of perishable shipments include seafood, dairy, plants, meat, fruits and  ...

www.wikihow.com/Ship-Food

How to Ship Food. You can send food to customers and family members on other parts of the world by using various type of mailing services. However, to ensure ...