Caregivers of InfantsFeeding Infants: A Guide for Use in the Child Nutrition Programs
USDA. FNS. Team Nutrition.
A complete guide on infant feeding for Child Nutrition Professionals. The following chapters are related to food safety:
- Chapter 10: Sanitary Food Preparation & Safe Food Handling
- Chapter 11: Commercially-Prepared Baby Food
- Chapter 12: Home-prepared Baby Food
Safe Food for Babies and Children Series
North Dakota State University Extension.
These two-page fact sheets provide child care providers with essential safety tips. Includes the following:
- Handling Milk, Formula and Baby Food (PDF | 88 KB)
- Heating Solid Food Safely (PDF | 61 KB)
- Warming Bottles Safely (PDF | 60 KB)
Food Labeling - Food Product Dating
USDA. Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Get information that explains what product dating really means especially as it pertains to formula and baby food.
Guidelines for the Safe Preparation, Storage and Handling of Powdered Infant Formula
World Health Organization.
Keeping Food Safe for Baby
Cooperative Extension System's National Network for Child Care.
Recommended food handling practices for infant formula, expressed milk and solid baby foods.
Handle with Care
Rutgers Cooperative Research & Extension .
"Handle With Care" adapts the messages of Fight BAC™ to address the care of infants and young children, specifically.