what food does not support bacteria growth ?


what food does not support bacteria growth

in progress 0
Dianne F. Burgin 2022-11-14T08:21:59+00:00 1 Answer 6 views New Member 0

Answer ( 1 )


    Certain foods, such as highly acidic ones like lemon juice or vinegar, and foods with low water content, like dried fruits and nuts, are less conducive to bacterial growth. Additionally, foods that have been properly processed or preserved, such as canned goods or foods that have been frozen, can also inhibit bacterial growth. However, it’s important to note that no food completely prevents bacterial growth, but rather slows it down significantly. Proper storage and handling of food are crucial to minimize the risk of bacterial contamination.

Leave an answer

Sorry, you do not have a permission to answer to this question. Only Registered Members can answer the questions. Registration is Free