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COVID-19 Food Safety Resources

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The following resources provide best practices for preparing for COVID-19 and managing risk for individuals at home and for food environments such as restaurants, grocery stores, food banks, gardens and farms. These resources are based on guidance and best practices as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), World Health Organization (WHO) and the best available science. All items are peer reviewed by an expert panel, and many are translated into Spanish. The resources  on this page are all current but check back frequently for any additional updates to the guidance.

To stay up-to-date, check the following webpages:

Home and Community

Infosheets – English


Food Safety, Dining Out and Grocery Shopping

Bulk Meat Sales

Masks and Face Coverings

Social Media Images – English


Food Safety, Dining Out and Grocery Shopping

Bulk Meat Sales

Cloth Face Coverings

Cleaning and Disinfecting

Mass Food Distribution

Infosheets – Spanish / Hojas en Español


Revestimientos Faciales de Tela

Inocuidad de los Alimentos, Salir a Cenar y Hacer Compras

Social Media Images – Spanish / Imágenes en Español


Inocuidad de los Alimentos, Salir a Cenar y Hacer Compras

Limpieza y Desinfección

Infosheets – Mandarin


Online Resources

Retail Food Environments and Farms

Foodservice Infosheets

Hojas Informativas del Servicio de Alimentos

Foodservice Infosheets – Haitian Creole

Grocery Store Infosheets

Hojas Informativas de la Tienda de Comestibles

Food Bank Infosheets

Hojas Informativas del Banco de Alimentos

Farms, Gardens and Produce Infosheets

Farming and Direct to Consumer Sales

Gardening and Produce

Farms, Gardens and Produce Social Media Images

Cultivar, Jardines y Producir Hojas Informativas

Agricultura y Venta Directa al Consumidor

Jardinería y Productos

Farms, Gardens and Produce Infosheets – Haitian Creole

Retail Signs

These signs can be downloaded and filled with business specific information.

Online Resources

To see references for these materials please visit the reference page. For additional questions, please contact the following:

Ben Chapman, PhD |, 919.515.8099

FoodCoVNET Team | 

Materials copyright NC State University. If interested in cobranding for your organization, please contact Natalie Seymour.