India is a diverse country with a diverse climate. We have 4 seasons so according to that, we have the availability of a number of food choices which include a great variety of fruits and vegetables. India ranks second in the production of fruits and vegetables followed by China. Along with production, India is one of the largest consumers of fruits & vegetables.
It clearly shows our dependency on the raw foods. It is our primary source of nutrition. Food and groceries constitute a substantial part of India’s consumption basket. In our daily life, we recommend these food intakes to our family members so you can understand our health is so much connected to these fruits & vegetables.
The question arises if our dependency on fruits & vegetables are so high then how much we are serious about the health of our food. In other words, as food is coming from the different vendors, sellers and distributors then there is a higher chance that it may be mixed with the infected disease and virus. And the distribution chain involves many people and places. So we can’t trust much on the raw food that we are consuming.
Glenda Lewis, an expert on foodborne illness with the Food and Drug Administration, says fresh produce can become contaminated in many ways. During the growing phase, produce may be contaminated by animals, harmful substances in the soil or water, and poor hygiene among workers. After produce is harvested, it passes through many hands, increasing the contamination risk. Contamination can even occur after the product has been purchased, during food preparation, or through inadequate storage.
And not just distribution channels, fruits & vegetables come in contact with the animal and human wastes during the cultivation. Although most people know animal products must be handled carefully to prevent illness, produce, too, can be the culprit in outbreaks of foodborne illness.
In recent years, India has had several large outbreaks of illness caused by contaminated fruits and vegetables—including spinach, cantaloupe, tomatoes, and lettuce. The contaminated fruits & vegetables have a largely negative effect on our health. It causes severe foodborne diseases including diarrhea, fever, abdominal cramps, nausea, and vomiting.
To avoid such diseases, make sure you sanitize your fruits & vegetables through advanced cleaning. Normal cleaning is not sufficient in today’s time. bacterias and disease are immune to normal cleaning. So make sure you sanitize with the chlorine-based cleaning. Use Bactafree – S, it is a chlorine-based effervescent tablet that contains sodium dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC) which easily dissolves into the water.
Now understand how to sanitize the fruits and vegetables through three simple steps.
Add 1 tablet of Bactafree – S into 15 litres of water and let it dissolve. You will have a homemade solution.
Now put fruits & vegetables into the water solution for 10-15 minutes. In this process, the Bactafree – S tablets sanitize the water and also kill the germs which are present on the surfaces on the row food.
Wash the fruits and vegetables and rinse it. Now with the help of dry clothing, clean the fruits & vegetables.
In these three steps, your food is ready to use. The solution of Bactafree – S is easy to make and convenient to use. It kills all the infectious germs and makes sure you consume healthy food.
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