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Jewish Recipes --> Food and Health -- > Food Safety Education --> Molds On Food: Are They Dangerous?

You must consult Doctor on all health and medical and your Rabbi concerning all kosher and Jewish Law issues. This web site is for informational purposes ONLY.

Molds On Food: Are They Dangerous?

Donít Buy Moldy Foods

Examine food well before you buy it. Check food in glass jars, look at the stem areas on fresh produce, and avoid bruised produce. Notify the store manager about mold on foods!

Fresh meat and poultry are usually mold free, but cured and cooked meats may not be. Examine them carefully. Exceptions: Some salamis -- San Francisco, Italian, and Eastern European types -- have a characteristic thin, white mold coating which is safe to consume; however, they shouldnít show any other mold. Dry-cured country hams normally have surface mold that must be scrubbed off before cooking.

United States Department of Agriculture
Food Safety and Inspection Service
http://www.fsis.usda.gov
September 2005

Sept 2005 - 2014 - Kosher Recipes - Kosher Cooking - Jewish Cooking - Jewish Recipes - Jewish Foods