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How does canned food affect food safety?

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Canned food effectively creates a barrier between the food and outside contaminants. Cans also help to preserve foods by limiting the amount of air and oxidation directly on the food. Alternately cans that are old and/or damaged can produce dangerous bacteria growth such as Botulism.
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