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The temperature range between 40 Degrees and 140 Degrees in which most harmful bacteria can grow is known as the Danger Zone. A. true B. false
The temperature range between 40 Degrees and 140 Degrees in which most harmful bacteria can grow is known as the Danger Zone. TRUE.
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The temperature range between 40 Degrees and 140 Degrees in which most harmful bacteria can grow is known as the Danger Zone. TRUE.
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