How to Have a Bacteria-Free Kitchen in San Fernando Valley

Views:
 
Category: Others/ Misc
     
 

Presentation Description

It is very important to have your kitchen free from bacteria to prevent acute illness and there is no need to compromise with your immune system. So, you must be aware of all the different types of bacteria and how to get rid of them. You should use the perfect fixtures and fittings in your kitchen. See the mentioned slideshow to get more details on how to have a bacteria-free kitchen at your home.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Slide1:

How to Have a Bacteria-Free Kitchen in San Fernando Valley

Slide2:

Mixing of bacteria and food can be a harmful hazard at home.

Slide3:

Neglecting the bacteria, in the long run, can lead to many issues: Acute illness Poor overall health Compromise immune system

Slide4:

Many products are available in the market for eliminating: Bacteria in kitchens Bacteria on counter surfaces

Slide5:

Below points define the different types of bacteria in the kitchen .

Slide6:

Common kitchen bacteria

Slide7:

Below are the most common bacteria found in the kitchen:

Slide8:

Campylobacter caused due to food poisoning.

Slide9:

Salmonella caused by raw and contaminated foods.

Slide10:

Staphylococcus aureus causes sickness and found in uncooked food.

Slide11:

Clostridium perfringens caused a low level of food poisoning.

Slide12:

Clostridium botulinum causes paralysis or death.

Slide13:

Listeria found in soft cheeses, processed meat, and raw eggs.

Slide14:

E-coli can cause death and a source of contamination.

Slide15:

Bacillus cereus can be found across food groups and poisonous.

Slide16:

Shigella is caused by food coming into contact with fecal matter.

Slide17:

Vibrio parahaemolyticus can be caused by the food that means seafood.

Slide18:

Sources of B acteria in Your K itchen Work Surface Cloth Utensils Hands

Slide19:

W O R K S U R F A C E Work surface comes in direct contact with hands and foods you prepared. Both are needed to be kept clean for keeping the risk of contamination low.

Slide20:

1 .Few things in your kitchen are notorious for bacteria growth such as: Washcloths Hand towels Sponges C L O T H

Slide21:

2. Change and wash the rugs and towels regularly for different purposes. C L O T H

Slide22:

U T E N S I L S Contaminated utensils can easily spread bacteria into your food. When preparing raw foods, wash utensils thoroughly after each use.

Slide23:

s H A N D S 1 .Bacteria are all around us which is always impossible to avoid.

Slide24:

2. Reduce the amount of bacteria risk in your kitchen by washing hands : After prepping food After touching raw food After touching the trash can Before re-assuming cooking After touching sponges or dirty towels H A N D S

Slide25:

KITCHEN EMPORIUM Kitchen emporium helps the homeowners by providing quality kitchens. We provide you the perfect fixtures and fittings for your home and personal style.

Slide26:

https://kitchenemp.net/ https://www.facebook.com/Kitchen-Emporium-1693042710950967/ THANK YOU SOURCE:- https://kitchenemp.net/how-to-have-a-bacteria-free-kitchen-in-san-fernando-valley/

authorStream Live Help