Food poisoning from contaminated fried rice: What you need to know about food safety guidelines

Takeway food in a clear plastic container. Cooked food should be collected and consumed at about the same time. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Fourteen students fell sick with food poisoning after eating contaminated fried rice last September.

An investigation found that the rice had been cooked and kept warm in a rice cooker for three hours before being fried with egg and crabmeat.

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