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Is food in the refrigerator safe during a power outage? It should be safe as long as power is out no more than 4 hours. Keep the door closed as much as possible  ...

www.foodsafety.gov/blog/power_outages.html

Jun 2, 2011 ... If your power goes out, knowing what to do with the food in your refrigerator and freezer can help you stay healthy. The last thing you need after ...

www.thekitchn.com/heres-what-to-keep-and-throw-out-after-a-power-outage-223425

Sep 12, 2017 ... A guide to help you both monitor and know what to do with food when ... if the power goes out, we all face the same dilemma: How long can we ...

www.fda.gov/Food/ResourcesForYou/Consumers/ucm076881.htm

WATCH a video on Food Safety During Power Outages ... Refrigerated food should be safe as long as the power was out for no more than 4 hours and the ...

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The power's out and you' ve got a fridge full of food. So you naturally start to worry about what s still safe to eat. But how can you tell? Here, the answers to your ...

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Heat waves, violent storms and other natural events – as well as some man- made ones – can cause sudden power outages. Outages of any length can be ...

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Nov 2, 2015 ... Many of us immediately start worrying about the mayo and last night's leftovers – how long can the power be off before our groceries become ...

www.today.com/food/food-safety-tips-after-power-outage-t116164

Sep 11, 2017 ... If you're experiencing a power outage after a major storm, here's what to ... What to do with food in your fridge after a major power outage. Sep.

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Aug 29, 2011 ... But, the refrigerator will only keep food safely cold for about four hours if unopened during a power outage, according to the USDA.