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Many frozen meals are not "heat and serve" items but rather are "not-ready-to-eat" (NRTE) products that require full cooking before consumption because they might include ingredients that have not gone through a pathogen kill-step process.
coli infections associated with consuming frozen NRTE entrees have been previously reported (2-6).
This outbreak highlights the need for consumers to thoroughly cook frozen foods that are NRTE because they contain raw ingredients.
Not-ready-to-eat (NRTE) microwave products contain raw, uncooked ingredients and can contain pathogens that cause foodborne illnesses.
Murray Coghill is the latest in a long line of Rolls-Royce apprentices who have trained at the Vulcan Naval Reactor Test Establishment (NRTE) facility in Caithness.