4 Summer Food Safety Tips
Separate Raw Food
During grilling season it can be more difficult to avoid cross-contamination because there’s often less access to clean surfaces
and dishes. “When raw meat goes on the grill you can’t put it back on the same platter you brought it out on,” says Feist.
Have an extra plate on hand or thoroughly wash any utensil, dish, or surface that has touched raw meat or seafood with hot,
soapy water before reusing.
Cross-contamination can also occur when traveling if raw meat, seafood, and poultry aren’t wrapped properly. Carefully wrap food and place it in a separate cooler (or at the bottom of the cooler) to prevent any raw juices from leaking and contaminating other foods.
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