There are two types of cross-contamination: #direct and #indirect. The direct cross-contamination occurs when, for example, a poisoned food with bacteria is allowed to touch cooked or ready to eat food.
The indirect cross-contamination occurs when something "helps" the moviment of the harmful microorganisms from one place to another, we can call these "vehicles" of contamination.
The #Nanox technology acts against the cross-contamination. Our specialist, Rita dos Santos, has even talked about it: "Packaging with our application also combats cross-contamination, and this is an extremely important factor for packaging and utilities/surfaces that are involved with food processes."
Did you know?
In 1973, there was a case of salmonella outbreak in the Midwest region of the United States. The outbreak occurred during a community picnic, while cooking several chickens in the same pan, one of the chickens which was contaminated eventually contaminated the others. This case is an example of direct cross-contamination.
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