What We Can Do to Help Stop Cross Contamination

Cross contamination is a fancy name for when bacteria moves from one surface to another via some form of direct contact.  For instance, in a commercial kitchen, it can occur when a knife used to skin a chicken is then used to cut meat.  Any bacteria in the chicken can now be transferred to the meat. But cross-contamination can refer to more than just bacteria.  It can also include toxins, viruses, germs, pathogens, or similar contaminants found on one surface [...]

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