Handling Errors WASHINGTON -- Another survey commissioned by the American Meat Institute, Arlington, Va., revealed in greater detail the gaps in consumer knowledge of safe food handling procedures. out of four recognized the similar potential of other perishables, such as dairy (74.1%), eggs (73.5%) or produce (43.1%). Respondents also believed that most food safety hazards occur outside the home: over half of them believed that 24% or fewer foodborne illnesses result from improper food ...

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