Raw foods (Intened for cooking/processing)

Raw foods (Intended for cooking/processing) 


Raw foods are often contaminated with large numbers of food poisoning bacteria, for example, raw meats, milk, poultry, eggs and root vegetable’s contaminated with soil.

If raw foods are perishables, they should be stored in a refrigerator separate from high-risk and ready-to-eat food.

Raw food may present a serious risk of food poisoning if not heat-treated or cooked thoroughly, especially poultry, products made with raw egg, bivalves, such as oysters and raw milk.