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Does Your Food Service Training Cover All Three Kinds of Contamination?

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Most food workers know that foods can become contaminated if they are allowed to contact uncooked foods or surfaces where raw foods were previously processed. One example? If your broiler chef puts a cooked steak back on the plate that held it prior to cooking, that’s a recipe for bacterial contamination. But bacterial contamination is…

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