Be Safe Your Kitchen :How to Avoid Cross-Contamination of Food and Food Allergy Triggers #infographic

Be Safe Your Kitchen :How to Avoid Cross-Contamination of Food and Food Allergy Triggers #infographic

Kitchen Safety

Should not eat or drink or cooking-while carrying glasses or eating food
Select one cutting board for each group of foods-raw meat, raw poultry, dry goods; wash thoroughly after use
Using plenty of towels – it's best to wash your hair, scrub your countertops, and don't rub your hands on aprons.
Wash your hands-after handling dangerous items, coughing , sneezing, smoking, breaks in the toilet, eating , drinking; before feeding and handling food; before extracting food from a jar.

Cooking for Food Allergies

Don't get stuff cooked side by side. Food can splatter and become cross-contaminated.
Shop foods sealed and packed individually.
Keep nuts apart from other goods and just buy what you like.
For any allergenic product, using different color knives and cutting boards.
Sanitize dishes correctly to prevent contamination, and assign particular dishes to be used by the food-allergic person only.
Prepare the appliances properly-washing, drying and careful storage of all the pots and pans.
Clean kitchen surfaces-do not forget to have countertop front edges and drawer handles / knobs.

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