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July is National Picnic Month! While most families don’t need an excuse to host a picnic on a sunny summer day, you do need to be aware of a few potential safety issues.
If your picnic will include an older loved one who is on a restricted diet, planning a menu that includes heart-smart choices is important. Another picnic safety concern is preventing food poisoning. On hot summer days, foods can spoil quickly if proper precautions aren’t taken.
Here are six tips for hosting a safe and healthy summer picnic:
If you are looking for a few new recipes for a summer picnic or party, we encourage you to download the cookbook, “Favorite Recipes Shared with Love.” Each recipe comes from a Sunrise resident or community chef!