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Direct and Cross Contamination

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on 5 March 2013

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Transcript of Direct and Cross Contamination

Examples of Direct Contamination *When people touch sandwiches with
dirty hands
*When a fly lands on some food
*When juices or blood drips from
raw meat onto a plate of cooked food What is Direct Contamination Pictures Cross Contamination Cross contamination is when bacteria is transferred from one food to another and spreads throughout the two foods. It can happen with unclean hands, utensils, storage or food to food contact. Examples of Cross Contamination *When you cut raw meat on a cutting
board and use the same board to cut
vegetables
*When you touch a knife that was used to cut fish and without washing your hands you touch a fruit
*Using a dirty dishcloth to clean
different surfaces Direct and Cross Contamination What is contamination? impure or unsuitable by contact or mixture with something unclean Cross Contamination Direct Contamination WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? Pictures Direct contamination is when one type of food actually directly touches another type of food The End
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