How does salmonella get into cereal?

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Emily T. McMullin 3 years 1 Answer 305 views Regular Member 0

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  1. The most common way of salmonella to enter in food chain is mostly through feces . Salmonella can enter the food chain by contaminating the water bodies that are used for the irrigation and growth of food. And  the contamination can occur by the equipments that are employed in the manufacturing of food. Another source of contamination can be the employees who don’t wash their hands properly after using the toilets.

    As this bacteria is drying resistant that is why it can easily grow in highly dessicated environment like cereals .

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