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Wash Everything Often

  • Wash your hands often with warm, soapy water. Always wash hands after you handle raw meat or poultry.
  • Rinse all fruits and vegetables—even packaged ones.
  • Wash knives, forks, plates, and other items that touch food.
  • Wash cutting boards in hot, soapy water. Use one cutting board for meat and poultry and another for fruits and vegetables. Replace them often.
  • Clean kitchen counters before and after putting food on them.
  • Wash sponges each day. Replace them often.
  • Wash dishcloths and towels in hot, soapy water. Use one towel for hands and another for dishes.

Keep Raw Foods Away from Cooked Foods

  • Never place cooked meat and poultry on a plate with raw meat juices.
  • Do not reuse a marinade or pour it over cooked food.
  • Avoid these foods when raw: meat, seafood, shellfish, eggs, and unpasteurized milk.

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