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Food hygiene in the home

S. R. Dudley

Food hygiene in the home

by S. R. Dudley

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Published by Feugré in Guernsey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food handling.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementS. R. Dudley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA601
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(64)p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15351715M
    ISBN 100951560301
    OCLC/WorldCa21082031

    FOOD HYGIENE (BASIC TEXTS) Fourth edition The Codex basic texts on food hygiene promote understanding of how rules and regulations on food hygiene are developed and applied. The General Principles of food hygiene cover hygiene practices from primary production through to final consumption, highlighting the key hygiene controls at each stage. Follow F&B Safety & Hygiene Policies & Procedures. WSQ basic food hygiene course is a Singapore NEA accredited course (NOTE: With effect from 1 April , all food-related functions will come under the Singapore Food Agency, SFA).Participants will be trained in the basics of food safety and hygiene required to be a certified food handler.

      The overall food hygiene system, when applied at each point in the supply chain, is about managing risks before they result in a case of food contamination. Using common sense and food science based approaches, a well-designed food hygiene program can provide for proactive responses and risk-mitigation from farm to fork.   Good food hygiene is an important practice that we need to observe to ensure our food is safed for consumptiom, without this healthy practice, harmful germs that causefoodpoisoning can spread very easily duringfood preparation process, it is therefore our full responsibilty to keep the food that we and our loved ones eat veryclean and safeduring and after preparation on a daily basis.

    Cool food down within a short time after cooking or consuming it to 4 degrees Celsius. Avoid keeping food outside of the refrigerator for more than an hour. Cooked food should be cooled down by various means, such as by immersing in a container with cold water, within two hours of cooking it, to the temperature of the refrigerator. Targeted hygiene is a risk-based approach to hygiene practice in the home, similar to the HACCP approach so widely used in the commercial food sector. Targeted hygiene assesses the relative need for a hygiene intervention based upon the source of pathogens into the home, the potential routes of transfer of pathogens within the home and the.


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