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Keep listeria bacteria at bay

Experts call for caution when eating deli items, leftovers

1:05 PM, Jun. 13, 2013
Washing fruits and vegetables immediately before serving them, and heating deli meats and leftovers until they are steaming can help prevent a bacterial illness called listeriosis.
Washing fruits and vegetables immediately before serving them, and heating deli meats and leftovers until they are steaming can help prevent a bacterial illness called listeriosis.
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With the arrival of summer, many folks think they can keep their picnic food safe from bacteria by storing it in the refrigerator.

But they would be mistaken about one bacteria.

Unlike most of its brethren, listeria bacteria can grow in cool temperatures. Refrigerating food contaminated with this bacteria could allow the germs to multiply and spread, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. ...

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