Salmonella is a bacteria that lives in the intestines of animals—and sometimes humans. It is killed when cooked but if an animal product is raw or undercooked and has been exposed to contaminated feces. It can also spread if a food handler has salmonella in his feces and doesn’t wash his hands properly after using the restroom. Finally, if contaminated food has contact with food that won’t be cooked, it can spread as well, so it is important to keep raw meat away from other food before cooking it.
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