A new study from the UK appears to validate the notion that if you drop food on the floor, you have five seconds until it becomes contaminated. US researchers strongly disagree.
A new study from the UK appears to validate the notion that if you drop food on the floor, you have five seconds until it becomes contaminated. US researchers strongly disagree. MCT
A new study from the UK appears to validate the notion that if you drop food on the floor, you have five seconds until it becomes contaminated. US researchers strongly disagree. MCT

Study supports 5-second rule, but you probably shouldn't

April 14, 2014 08:00 PM

UPDATED April 14, 2014 10:37 PM

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