Storing Food on Cracked Styrofoam Trays?

Can you store ready to eat food on cracked Styrofoam trays?

By Debra

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May 10, 20100 found this helpful

Could you explain in more detail what you mean?

And if you're talking about reusing trays that meat, poultry or fish comes in the answer is 'absolutely no' if even there are no cracks!

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May 11, 20100 found this helpful

Second to Deeli's comment on a big NO on reusing cracked (or uncracked) trays that previously held fish, meat or poultry; if they're cracked, irregardless of what may have been on them I wouldn't reuse them.

No matter how well you think they've been cleaned, my guess is that bacteria may still lurk in the crevices--I'd toss 'em.

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