Cross contamination occurs when micro-organisms from one food product come into contact with another food product.
the transfer of soils or micro-organisms from raw food to processed.
When one pesticide gets into or mixes with another pesticide accidentally; usually occurs in a pesticide container or in a poorly cleaned sprayer.
A transfer of bacteria from one product to another by either direct or indirect contact.
The transfer of bacteria from one food or work surface to another. Top of glossary.
Foods that contain similar allergens
the transfer of pathogens from a contaminated food or surface to another food.
Transferring of foodstuffs, bacteria, dirt, or any other material from one place to another.
means the transfer of harmful substances or disease-causing microorganisms to food by hands, food-contact surfaces, sponges, cloth towels and utensils that touch raw food, are not cleaned, and then touch ready-to-eat foods. Cross contamination can also occur when raw food touches or drips onto cooked or ready-to-eat foods.
Direct or indirect transfer of a pathogen from one medium (food or water) to another
The introduction of impurities into a substance from another substance which is close by or was previously in the containers used. The production plant of the MÃ1/4hlenchemie subsidiary SternMaid has five separate blending lines to prevent such cross contamination. _Top of page
This is when something contaminated is touched during the procedure
The movement of underground contaminants from one level or area to another due to invasive subsurface activities.
the accidental deposition of a food ingredient in a product that does not normally contain it; this can happen through shared equipment or workers hands, etc.
The transference of bacteria from raw food to cooked or ready to eat foods.
Cross contamination occurs when bacteria, chemicals, etc. from one product are allowed come into contact with another product. An example would be storing vegetables under a meat product in your cooler and the juices dripping onto the product below.
1. Contamination which occurs in a mixed bed deionizer unit when anion and cation resins are mixed together after regeneration due to the malfunction of the system.
Passing bacteria or viruses from one patient to another through the use of faulty sterilization procedures, contaminated instruments, or other bad technique.