Never buy chilled or frozen items that have been displayed at room temperature.
If you do most of your grocery shopping at the wet market*, this is particularly important. Take note of how the raw seafood and meats are being displayed.
Are they in a chiller? Is there sufficient ice packed around the items to ensure they’re stored at a safe temperature?
Once you get your meat home, you still have to cook it, however. Try this version of a classic stroganoff that stretches a modest portion of meat.
* For those in Australia and New Zealand, the wet market is an Asian grocery store that sells fresh meat and produce.