Meat info

meatinfo

According to sanitising water brand Aquaint, more than half (51%) of people use the same tongs for uncooked meats and cooked meats when barbecuing. Additionally, more than a quarter admit to not washing their hands between touching raw meat, vegetables and other barbecue utensils.

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Munchies & Munchkins

munchies and munchkins

Festival and camping season is here and with it comes a host of questions as to what to take, what you actually need and what will make your stay that little bit more comfortable. Perhaps you want to make your camping experience a DIY Glamping trip?

We have camped quite a few times over the years as well as attended numerous festivals both with and without children. Here are some of the products we will be taking with us this year and why.

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Eat Drink Sleep

eat drink sleep

The average hand is home to over 10 million bacteria, which can live on the hands for several hours. The commercial impact on a business could be severe if there were to be an outbreak of illness or food poisoning caused by poor hand hygiene or a poor cleaning regime.

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Mummy Fever

mummy fever

Welcome to part three of our school holiday activities series. The summer holidays are here! If you have been reading the series so far you will have seen that we have so far covered a couple of wet day options. UK weather can be so temperamental I always feel I need these options available.

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The Poultry Site

the poultry site

A potential alternative?

Bola Lafe, the Managing Director of UK sanitiser company Aquaint, said: “Campylobacter is a food bug mainly found on raw poultry and is the biggest cause of food poisoning in the UK. With this new epidemic at the forefront of consumers’ minds, as well as regulation bodies’, retailers need to ensure that they are doing everything they can to combat the bug.

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Tattooed Mummy’s Randoms

tattooed mummys randoms

A little gem has appeared and become an instant favourite on my ‘things to take when I go out’ list.

Small and easy to fit in my bag a bottle of Aquaint has replaced a previously carried bottle of alcohol based hand gel.

Aquaint’s claims made me initially think it must be too good to be true! Kills 99.9% of all sorts of horrors, can be used on babies and children (from birth!), isn’t dangerous if ingested, can be used to clean ‘things’ as well as hands, dummies, rattles, (so if anyone throws their toys out of the pram they can go right back in after a quick spray and wipe) plates (perfect when camping as I often leave things to dry in the sun where flies no doubt have a wander!) and even fruit!

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