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AbstractBuffets are a common method for serving food at holiday celebrations and parties. This type of food service where foods are left out for long periods leaves the door open for uninvited guests -- bacteria that cause food-borne disease. Unlike bacteria that cause food to spoil, harmful or food-borne disease causing bacteria, typically cannot be identified by smell or taste. This articles briefly discusses prudent habits to help prevent food-borne illness at your buffet.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1062
CollectionsFood Safety, Nutrition and Health
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