Bacteria protection in the kitchen

Kitchen cleanliness is essential. Wash your hands before eating or preparing foods.

Keep food at the appropriate temperatures to prevent growth of bacteria. Frozen items that defrost and refreeze, or items that aren't kept cold enough, could become hosts for bacteria. Similarly, hot food that's left to cool and is then reheated could make your family ill.

When packing school lunch box, wrap everything. Teach children to hold their food so they touch only the wrapping.

When dining or cooking together, discourage handing food back and forth; this can spread germs.

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