How to Prevent Cross-contamination — Food Safety consultants

Cross-contamination is that the transmission of disease-causing microorganisms, like bacterium and viruses, from one food to a different. Cross-contact happens most often via unwashed cutting boards, hands, or area tools like knives and tongs. Whereas accurate cooking heat can kill dangerous bacteria, most food contamination happens once the bacteria from a raw food item that […]

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