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Do you frequent the ‘desktop
diner’? If you're one of the 70 percent of Americans who regularly eat at their
desks, you can stay healthy by following these food safety tips:
Store your brown bag in
the office fridge as soon as you get to work. Or pack your lunch in an
insulated lunch bag and throw in an ice pack to keep foods cold.
Don't wait for the
clean-up crew to throw out your leftovers from the fridge. Label and date
your food and make sure to toss it in a timely fashion.
Be courteous when
microwaving meals by keeping food containers covered. And if food
splatters, wipe down the microwave immediately, while the food is still
easy to remove.
Don't use the kitchen
sponge if it's not replaced frequently. Instead, use paper towels and
always wash dishes in hot, soapy water to keep bacteria at bay.
Keep hand sanitizer
handy to use before eating and disinfectant wipes to keep your desk
Source: American Dietetic Association