Annemarie says fruit left in the fridge can cause problems, especially berries and apples.
“If you leave fruit that’s been cut up in the fridge, when the seal of the skin has been broken, there is more chance of bacteria getting in.
“Because fruit is wet inside, you have the ideal environment for mould to grow.”
Avoid the risk: “Mould can penetrate quite deep into the fruit, so it’s not safe to just cut off the mould. You should just throw it away,” says Annemarie.