7 Food Safety and Hygiene Tips for School Lunches

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Make sure your child’s lunch stays safe to eat with these helpful tips from 4 Ingredients: More Than 400 Quick, Easy, and Delicious Recipes Using 4 or Fewer Ingredients, by Kim McCosker and Rachael Bermingham.

  1. Use an insulated lunch box or carry bag.
  2. Use a frozen ice brick or drink bottle in the lunch box.
  3. Freeze sandwiches the night before both as a timesaver and to keep foods cool.
  4. Chill cooked foods, e.g., hard-boiled egg, before packing in the lunch box.
  5. Store lunch box in a cool spot.
  6. Wash little (and big) hands thoroughly before eating, and after going to the toilet or playing with pets.
  7. Wash lunch box thoroughly after school every day.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rachael Bermingham, author of 4 Ingredients: More Than 400 Quick, Easy, and Delicious Recipes Using 4 or Fewer Ingredients (Copyright © 2007 by Meymott Enterprises Pty Ltd PR International Pty Ltd), is the energetic, dynamic, and proud mum of Jaxson and six-month-old twin boys, Bowie and Casey. She has written six bestselling books in the last four years and is regarded as one of Australia’s number one female authors.

Kim McCosker, author of 4 Ingredients: More Than 400 Quick, Easy, and Delicious Recipes Using 4 or Fewer Ingredients (Copyright © 2007 by Meymott Enterprises Pty Ltd PR International Pty Ltd), is the proud mother of three boys (Morgan, eight; Hamilton, five; and Flynn, two), the lady who had the idea and who is now the coauthor of the internationally bestselling 4 Ingredients series, which includes 4 Ingredients, 4 Ingredients 2, and 4 Ingredients Gluten Free.

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  1. Use an insulated lunch box or carry bag.
  2. Use a frozen ice brick or drink bottle in the lunch box.
  3. Freeze sandwiches the night before both as a timesaver and to keep foods cool.
  4. Chill cooked foods, e.g., hard-boiled egg, before packing in the lunch box.
  5. Store lunch box in a cool spot.
  6. Wash little (and big) hands thoroughly before eating, and after going to the toilet or playing with pets.
  7. Wash lunch box thoroughly after school every day.
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