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March 30, 2005


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Andrew Hagen

It would be unwise to assume that there are no dangerous bacteria or microorganisms on the outside of any canned product. That's why you should wash a can before you open it.

You could thaw a frozen can of orange juice concentrate in room temperature water, and then take the can out, wash it with soap, and then empty the contents into a completely different (and clean) container, however.

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