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Storing Meats

 

It’s important to safely store meat in the fridge to stop bacteria from spreading and avoid food poisoning. The Food Standards Agency recommends:

• Store raw meat and poultry in clean, sealed containers on the bottom shelf of the fridge, so they can’t touch or drip onto other food.
• Follow any storage instructions on the label and don’t eat meat after its use-by date.
• Keep cooked meat separate from raw meat.


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