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Safe Meat Temperatures
Fahrenheit Temperatures for Meat

Degrees in Fahrenheit
Below is a listing of temperatures that your meat should be cooked at to insure proper doneness and food safety. You must cook meats to proper temperatures to ensure meat is safe to eat.

Ground Meat & Meat Mixtures – Safe Meat Temperatures
Turkey, chicken 165°
Veal, beef, lamb, pork 160°

Beef Safe Meat Temperatures
Medium Rare 145°
Medium 160°
Well Done 170°

Veal Safe Meat Temperatures
Medium Rare 145°
Medium 160°
Well Done 170°

Lamb Safe Meat Temperatures
Medium Rare 145°
Medium 160°
Well Done 170°

Pork Safe Meat Temperatures
Well Done 170°

Poultry Safe Meat Temperatures
Chicken, Whole 180°
Turkey, Whole 180°
Poultry Breasts, Roasted 170°
Poultry Thighs, Wings 180°
Duck & Goose 180°

Seafood Safe Meat Temperatures
Salmon and other finned fish: Cook until flakes easily with a fork.
Shellfish: Should turn red and flesh should become pearly opaque.
Scallops should turn milky white or opaque and firm.
Clams, mussels and oysters, cook until shells open; discard any unopened.



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