We get our food from all sorts of places — grocery stores, restaurants, farms, relatives, our own gardens — and sometimes community food banks. In each and every case, food safety plays an important part in protecting us from getting sick from contaminated food. But nowhere is that more important than at food banks.

Why food banks? The answer can be seen in who turns to community food banks and pantries for help in obtaining enough food to get through the week or month.

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