Preventing spreading from bacteria, Wash the knife after peeling fruit

Wash the knife after peeling fruit

  Cut cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, cabbage or make a salad with a knife on the agenda. But did you know that if they cut the food materials without stopping to wash the knife there is a wide variety of bacteria on the move.Researchers from the University of Georgia, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, found that the transfer of bacteria is quite worrying that they recommend to wash the knife or greater each finished peeling one type of food.A
researcher Marilyn Erickson pointed out, if there is a rotten tomato in the supermarket, for example, without washing the knife bacteria present tomatoes can move other foods. At the end of the present bacteria in tomato contained presented in the feed.
    "Simply knowing that the cutlery can cause cross-contamination alone, is important. With this knowledge, consumers are more likely to ensure their equipment washed in between using" Erickson said in a press release and we on Tuesday (11.17.2015 ) cited."For things like tomatoes, we tend as if we find cut several knives contamination, strawberries. We can not explain why there is a difference between the groups of food, but of which we know when pathogens contaminate the food He was stubborn, "Erickson said.E. coli and Salmonella are two types of bacteria that are commonly found to contaminate food. Spinach and lettuce are the vegetables most vulnerable have these bacteria but tomatoes have the highest level of cross contamination.If a person consumes food contaminated with E.coli then he could by diarrhea, abdominal cramps, vomiting, fever or be attacked. Meanwhile Salmon also cause similar symptoms, however, is difficult to handle and dangerous

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