CANADA: Frozen drinks in lunch packs can reduce chances of bacteria developing
Researchers from Ryerson University have found that placing a frozen juice drink inside a child's lunch box can significantly reduce the chances of the lunch developing bacteria. Marilyn Lee, a professor in the University's School of Occupational and Public Health , co-authored the investigation with student Ishmael Davis. Lee found that the key to avoiding a potentially poisonous lunch pack was to keep the contents as cold as possible.
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