Bacteria Busters

Ivy Rabon


Be sure and wash your hands and all surfaces often, as to prevent cross contamination and the growth of bacteria


Make sure all foods are cooked to the correct temperature
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Keep cooked foods and raw foods separate to prevent cross contamination
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Refrigerate properly. Meat, poultry, fish, dairy foods and fresh vegetables are favorite places for harmful bacteria to grow. These foods must be kept cold enough or made hot enough to stop bacteria from growing.
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Use defrosted foods as soon as possible