Since the start of Covid-19, everyone has been obsessively disinfecting everything, from our hands, to high-touch places around the home and elevator buttons. When it comes to food and feeding the family, naturally we would want to be more cautious too.
According to a guide on food safety during the pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), “it is highly unlikely that people can contract Covid-19 from food or food packaging”.
Online, there are no shortage of hacks to sterilise your food products, but you could run the risk of giving yourself food or chemical poisoning if you’re not following basic kitchen hygiene habits.
Here, we have gathered some tips from the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) to help give you a peace of mind.