A young hardworking couple, they were more than ready to take a vacation . . . especially after all the stress that COVID had put on their lives. Overseas travel beckoned.

They weren’t alone. According to AAA, international trips are on the rise this year —up more than 200 percent compared to 2022.

“Travelers are making up for lost time and willing to spend more to see the world,” said Paula Twidale, Senior Vice President of Travel at AAA.

But that doesn’t mean that caution should be thrown to the wind especially when it comes to food safety. Quite the

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