✔️ CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS WITH SUPPORTED BY COLOURFULL IMAGES - Easy to understand Safe Temperatures to prevent food poisoning and create a safety food environment at all time.
✔️ THIS IS A4 SIZE GLOSS LAMINATE WATERPROOF POSTER (21.0 cm x 29.7 cm) high quality to ensure stay long term and easy to relocate in different places. THIS IS NOT A CHEAP STICKER WHICH ONLY PLACE ONCE AND YOU CAN'T REMOVE IT. We design it for long term and It is flexible to change places
✔️ IT COMES WITH STRONG DOUBLE SIDED TAPE SELF-ADHESIVE TOP AND BOTTOM suitable to all surfaces and EASY to RELOCATE when is necessary.
✔️ EASY AND READABLE FONTS with White Background and It is SUITABLE for All Ages.
21 x 1 x 30 cm; 20 Grams
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SAFE TEMPERATURES To prevent food poisoningfridge & freezer temperatures Keeping fridges and freezers at the correct temperature is critical to ensure good food safety during storage. Food should be stored in a fridge between 1°C and 5°C to allow a margin of error below the legal standard of 8°C Food stored in a freezer should be regularly rotated and stored at -18°C as bacteria will not grow at these temperatures. safe food temperatures To prevent food poisoning, it is essential to kill bacteria. Most bacteria are killed quickly at between 72 to 100°C. The danger zone is between 5°C and 63°C where bacteria will grow rapidly and perishable foods in the danger zone for more than two hours. Generally speaking safe food temperatures can be summarised as follows: 100°C or boiling point bacteria will be destroyed 83°C the internal temperature of reheated food should reach 75 to 80°C poultry and meat are safest between these internal temperatures 63°C bacteria is gradually killed above this temperature 37°C ideal temperature for bacteria to grow 2 to 4°C stored food is safe at 4 °C for short periods of time but it's better stored at 2°C -18°C at deep freeze temperature bacteria won't grow but may not die either