WASHINGTON — For many, there’s no better way to ask questions than online, where the most bashful and curious can remain anonymous. Ask Karen, a food safety website designed for consumers by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, allows consumers to do just that, encouraging them to let their hair down and ask any food safety question they may have. Since 2004, askkaren.gov displays commonly asked questions, and gives consumers an ...
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