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Shelf life is a term employed throughout the health care system and in particular by the Center For Disease Control to reference the pathogens that find their way to the surfaces of kitchen shelving both in commercial and hospital as well as residential settings via placing spoiled or contaminated food stuffs or items upon the shelves or by depositing unwashed or unclean food  equipment or utensils upon the kitchen shelving These pathogens then become a prime source of infection for kitchen personnel who have even minor cuts or open wounds anywhere about their person that may come into contact with those contaminated shelves In  summation now it is noted that any pathogens found on kitchen shelving are referred to for quick reference thereby eliminated the need for precise and lengthy discourse as SHELF LIFE


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