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Journal of Food: Microbiology, Safety & Hygiene: “Pathogen Persistence in Restaurant Menus: Comparison Between Materials.”
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “Bacterial Presence On Common Objects At Bar-and-Grille Restaurants.”
London Metropolitan University: “Tests Find Traces of Faeces On Popular Restaurant Touchscreens.”
American Council On Science and Health: “Bacteria Can Live In Ice Cubes, But Not In Whisky.”
Cleveland Clinic: “What You Should Know About Dirty Lemon Wedges In Restaurants.”
American Nutrition Association: “Safer Buffets.”
Food And Culinary Professionals DPG: “May 2011 Webinar.”
NSF International: “Germiest Items In Public Places.”
Epidemiology & Infection: “Bacterial Communities On Food Court Tables and Cleaning Equipment In A Shopping Mall.”
Washington State University: “Food Safety and Buffet Etiquette.”
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