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A swabbing study conducted in several office locations across Britain, found particularly high levels of microbial activity on the tins or boxes where tea bags are kept – recording an average reading 17 times higher than that of an average toilet seat[1]. Other culprits of significant microbiological activity were fridge door handles, the kettle and the sugar pot.

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