Keep hand washing soap in the kitchen so it is easily accessible and wash your hands with soapy warm water for at least 20 seconds prior to the starting meal preparation and during any new stage from preparation to meal time.
Keep a clean kitchen. Keeping your kitchen clean and tidy can reduce the chance of bacteria build up.
Keep raw foods separated from cooked and ready-to-eat foods to avoid cross-contamination.
Carefully monitor and check best before dates and package integrity of perishable products. Do not keep products beyond expiration date printed on the packaging.
Keep separate cutting boards, utensils and platters for raw meat, poultry and seafood and for ready-to-eat/cooked foods.
Keep cold foods cold (4°C or below).
Keep hot foods hot (60°C or above).
Keep a working meat thermometer on hand to check the internal temperatures of cooked foods. Always cook meat to the safe internal temperatures.
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