(Continued from page 1) The CDC report highlighted four other articles published in the Journal of Food Protection earlier this month offering specific action steps to prevent foodborne illness: Improve beef handling practices Cross-contamination from handling raw beef or undercooked hamburgers was a problem area, the report found. After observing about 385 restaurants, workers who handled raw beef with their bare hands did not wash their hands afterward in 62 percent of cases. In addition, ...

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