Immune Compromised: Booklet Series

Food Safety for People with Cancer | PDF

A need-to-know guide for those who have been diagnosed with cancer

Food Safety for Transplant Recipients | PDF

A need-to-know guide for bone marrow and solid organ transplant recipients

Food Safety for People with HIV/AIDS | PDF

A need-to-know guide for those who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS

Food Safety for Pregnant Women | PDF

Pregnant women and their unborn children have a higher risk of developing certain foodborne illnesses

Food Safety for Older Adults | PDF

A need-to-know guide for those 65 years of age and older

Food Safety for People with Diabetes | PDF

A need-to-know guide for those who have been diagnosed with diabetes

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Allergies and Food Safety | PDF
Questions and answers about food allergies and applicable labeling regulations, especially as they pertain to meat and poultry products

 

Pregnant Women & Newborns

Listeriosis E-card (PDF Only)
A postcard that explain how to avoid listeriosis during pregnancy.

Protect Your Baby and Yourself From Listeriosis | PDF | En Español PDF
An easy-to-read, one-page fact sheet emphasizing safe food handling for a healthy pregnancy.

 

Older Adults

Older Adults and Food Safety | PDF
Knowledge of safe food handling is needed to help seniors stay healthy.

To Your Health! Food Safety for Seniors | En Español
Find out how times have changed, and why seniors may face special risks from foodborne illness.

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For questions or more information about food safety, please contact one of our Sanitarians (e-mail), or by calling (715) 261-1900.

If you would like to file a complaint, request, or report, doing so will create a public record that is subject to disclosure pursuant to Wisconsin public records law.