Food Safety in the Kitchen

Where in your kitchen do you find coliform and Staph bacteria, yeast, and mold?

If you guessed your sponge or dish cloth, you’re right.

According to the NSF International survey of U.S. homes 77% of sponges and dish cloths contained coliform bacteria, 86% had yeast and mold, and 18% were contaminated with Staph bacteria. These organisms can cause nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhe...

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