First things first, bottled water is a must (and cheapest when purchased from street vendors) and i would also advise using bottled water to brush your teeth. It's worth using either bottled water or wet wipes before eating and after handling money. Regarding the food as the whole of Egypt has received more and more visitors there has been a big effort by the Egyptian Hotel Association to raise standards of hygiene in order to reduce the number of food-related illnesses among tourists.
We take food hygiene very seriously at all of our hotels in Egypt that we use and this forms a big part of our decision to continue to use them as we consider them some of the best. What most people still try to avoid is any raw foods and anything you can't peel but if you do get an upset stomach there is always a chemist nearby in order to pick up some tablets.
Hope this helps, Andy
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