I live in housing for students where we share a kitchen and prepared meals nightly. I'll watch people cooking the meals for everybody handle food with their bare hands and pick up shared food in the fridge like blocks of cheese with their bare hands. And when suggest that they not do so, they'll say something like, "You're serious?" or "It's okay, I washed my hands." I'd like to find a bunch articles that explain why you shouldn't handle food other people eat bare handed. I tried the CDC and local health departments websites but couldn't find any thing useful. I seems most articles are just geared toward getting people to wash their hands which is good, but I don't believe that is sufficient sanitation, especially in a setting where food is shared among so many people. Any help pointing me in the right direction would be appreciated.