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New research reveals that people often under-cook chicken when grilling. During our recent Knowledge Exchange about poultry handling, we asked Dr. Christine Bruhn why that might be:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

"Cooking temperature is harder to control when grilling. I think the outside gets so brown that people think the inside must also be cooked. Cooking was most uniform in oven baking. Those who are able might be advised to use lower heat in their grill and put down the lid."

Don't worry, we have everything you need to prep consumers on safe grilling just in time for Labor Day! 
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