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Tips for Safe Preparation of Fish

Fish is a high-risk risk food and must be handled and prepared correctly to keep customers safe from food-borne illness.
Tips for Safe Preparation of Fish

Upholding food safety protocols is achieved through many actions, including the safe preparation of high-risk foods such as fish. High-risk foods are more likely to harbour dangerous pathogens that can make people ill. This is because foods that are considered high-risk have certain characteristics that support the growth of pathogenic microorganisms, such as having neutral acidity (pH over 4.5), being high in starch or protein and being moist. Since fish fits these parameters, it is considered a high-risk food. 

Use the following tips and guidelines to safely prepare fish and keep customers safe from food-borne illness. 

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