Almacenamiento seguro de frutas y verduras frescas
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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El almacenamiento adecuado de frutas y verduras frescas puede ayudar a los consumidores a evitar enfermedades transmitidas por los alimentos. Esta publicacion explica como almacenar de forma segura manzanas, platanos, bayas, remolachas, brocoli, zanahorias, maiz, uvas, hierbas, lechugas y verduras, melones, nectarinas, chirivias, cebollas, naranjas, papas, rabanos, tomates y nabos. (2 Paginas)
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