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Fairly five cents street for -- -- you can make any of this plot secrets about them put them things that -- is not yet been telling him -- -- -- -- for a long time I've been doing farmers' markets for 37 years -- now he understands the questions and warnings yet -- -- that come after a natural disaster the other day.
Well all flooding like -- -- food safety experts say flood water and food are culmination that should never be mixed any product was in contact with floodwaters it's probably best to throw away.
Full body says he's lost his fear share to torrential rain last week we -- -- -- -- what he picked himself here at the week rich farmers market.
He says there is no risk you know this is our livelihood and we're not going to jeopardize.
Our customers I guess I'm not at all worried about I never heard of water alone.
Vegetables -- -- there -- been if we did think it was say.
We would do it.
Experts say you need to be careful about what can your own garden to flooding can rot and contaminate what you see growing and what's underground and your pantry it's probably best to get rid of everything the floodwaters touched.
Separate may be one thing.
Candidates if there intact and not showing any signs of rust.
Maybe safe to use but you definitely want them clean and sanitize those containers because of the -- we could get in that -- -- so did.
That's -- as clean up is just part of the job they're gonna try to pick again today but I don't know.
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