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Food contamination

The foods that are most prone to contamination are meat, poultry, eggs or foods made with raw eggs, raw shellfish, cold cooked seafood such as smoked salmon, soft cheeses, and bean sprouts. You can help guard against food poisoning by washing meat and produce before handling it, cooking foods thoroughly, and refrigerating them.…

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