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FSSAI warns people against use of currency notes while handling food

FSSAI warns people against use of currency notes while handling food

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has issued warning that currency notes and coins can cause infection and diseases. So as to avoid such situations , FSSAI has directed the food safety commissioners to organize programmes to aware the public regarding the same.

As per this program guidelines ,one should not handle money and food at the same time, especially in hotels. Gloves can be worn while handling food so as to reduce chances of contamination. Hands should always be washed before touching food and after handling money and vice versa.

Paper currency notes are extensively used in countries worldwide . A person living in unhygienic conditions having unhygienic habits can contaminate the currency with bacteria and these notes can act as a mean of delivering bacteria to contaminate the hands of the next user. Unhygienic habits may include improper hand washing after using the toilet, counting paper notes using saliva, coughing and sneezing on hands etc.

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