Can Mayonnaise Increase The Risk of Food Poisoning ?

Written by admin on May 10, 2009
Can Mayonnaise Increase The Risk of Food Poisoning ?
Summers coming along with salads & sandwiches made with mayonnaise, and the accepted “truth” that mayo spoils quickly resulting in food poisoning may not be exactly correct.
From the New York Times comes and interesting article on the matter.

…..Most commercial brands of mayonnaise contain vinegar and other ingredients that make them acidic — and therefore very likely to protect against spoilage. When problems occur, they usually result from other contaminated or low-acid ingredients (like chicken and seafood), improper storage and handling, or homemade versions that contain unpasteurized eggs…….

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One Response to “Can Mayonnaise Increase The Risk of Food Poisoning ?”

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