How to Avoid Food Poisoning
Avoid milk and fruit juices that are unpasteurized. Pasteurized foods have been through a process that kills germs.
Cook foods thoroughly, especially red meat, poultry and eggs.
Eat foods soon after they have been cooked so that harmful germs don’t have time to grow.
Foods that are not cooked before they are eaten, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, should be rinsed under running tap water.
Keep hot foods hot (60°C) and cold foods cold (4°C). You should make sure your fridge is set at a temperature of 4°C or less.
When preparing raw meats and poultry, keep them away from cooked food, fresh fruits and vegetables.
When serving leftovers, make sure that you reheat foods all the way through.
Wash your hands with hot, soapy water before and after preparing food.
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