Poultry, sausages, burgers, rolled joints and kebabs must be cooked thoroughly before eating. To check it's cooked, push a skewer through the meat – if the juices are clear, it's safe to eat.
If you cook food you're not planning on eating immediately, let it cool to room temperature before putting it in the fridge.
Replace your cleaning cloths and sponges regularly and dry them after they've been used. A damp sponge can contain lots of harmful bacteria and germs.
Wash your worktops and chopping board thoroughly in hot soapy water before and after use. A chopping board can also harbours dangerous bacteria.
Hopefully these tips will help with your food storage and preparation, but if you need any extra help, you can get in touch with a Team Knowhow Expert here.