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What do you need to pay attention to when eating fruit in summer?

Fruits and vegetables should be kept intact, normal appearance, fresh and odorless. Whatever the cause of fruit trauma, we should be cautious when the shape is not good and the color changes. If the fruit surface is slightly spotted or a small amount of moth, use knife to dig out rotten, moth-eaten parts, and the flesh parts around more than 2 centimeters. If the area of mouldy, rotten and moth-eaten fruit reaches or exceeds 1/3 of that of fruit, it should be thrown away and not eaten again.
Before eating raw fruits and vegetables, clean them with water. Pay special attention to the parts that are not easy to clean, such as fruit pedicels, because they are easy to hide dirt, bacteria, insect eggs and so on. Ordinary fruits and vegetables can be rinsed with plenty of water, or soaked in water for another 10 to 20 minutes. Fruits that need peeling should also be washed first. Before cutting fruit, clean hands, tablets, knives and utensils first, and do not mix them with tablets and cutters for raw food, so as to avoid bacterial contamination.
03. Carefully buy Hami melon, watermelon, pineapple cut by roadside vendors, because their processing conditions are difficult to ensure hygiene, food poisoning easily after eating. If you buy it, you should cut off a layer of pulp at the original incision and eat it after you go home, and it can't be stored again.
04 Fruits and vegetables should be eaten as soon as possible. Cut fruits and vegetables should not be kept at room temperature for a long time. They should be packed in fresh-keeping boxes or wrapped in plastic film and stored in refrigerators as soon as possible. Please note that refrigerators can only slow down bacterial reproduction, storage time should not be too long, too full will also reduce the refrigeration effect.
Fruit and vegetable harvesting has become a new leisure and entertainment way for urban residents. Firstly, the first choice is to pick the seasonal fruits and vegetables. Before April, there were almost no seasonal fruits in the north; strawberries began to appear in May; cherries, apricots, early peaches in May-June; watermelons, melons and peaches in July-August; apples, pears, sand fruits and pomegranates were most abundant in September-October, and they were ripe and widely marketed. Attention should be paid to participating in picking activities. It is not suitable to eat directly after picking, but should be washed with water first. In addition, wild fruits and vegetables not known should not be eaten to avoid food poisoning.
If you suspect nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea and other symptoms caused by eating unsanitary fruits and vegetables, please consult a doctor in time. Suspicious foods should not be discarded immediately. They may help doctors or public health workers find the cause of the disease.