Put food, toiletries and trash in bear-resistant containers and hang up well out-of-reach — advice to campers from Superior National Forest officials to avoid messed up tents and damaged equipment on your summer camping trip. Spokeswoman Becca Manlove says anything with a scent might smell like food to bears, who have extremely sensitive noses. That includes ChapStick, sunscreen and even candy wrappers. Manlove says, “One family had a tube of toothpaste in a tent and a bear tore a hole in the tent trying to get at it, and it kind of messed up their camping, right? They weren’t in the tent at the time.” Manlove stresses black bear attacks on people are very rare in Minnesota and if anyone gets injured, it’s usually because the bear is after food.