Food and House Hygiene Facts

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“Most people think of the toilet as the most contaminated part of the house, but in fact the kitchen sink typically contains 100,000 times more germs than a bathroom or lavatory.”

“The average kitchen chopping board has around 200% more faecal bacteria on it than the average toilet seat. Hygiene experts advise you to use separate chopping boards for red meat, poultry, fish and vegetables.”

Click here to read more about the British National Health Service‘s statistics regarding germs and their propagation in your food and home.

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