Containers and Covers Kill Contamination
Bacteria spread quickly and keeping food separate and covered reduces the risk of bacterial cross-contamination. If you have taken the trouble to prepare food hygienically, don't let germs contaminate it from other raw foods, soiled kitchen equipment, or people, pets and pests. Here are some simple ways of keeping foods separate:
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