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Bare Hand Contact Cartoon
Your hands are covered in germs. But don’t worry—so are my hands and the hands of most doctors, food workers, and dentists. Germs are the reason why the professionals I just mentioned typically wear gloves at work. Handwashing is essential and helpful, but sometimes an extra barrier is needed between hands and the things they […]
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Naturally Occurring Physical Hazards in Food
Food hazards, such as chemical, biological, and physical hazards, can contaminate the food you serve and become harmful to your customers. Knowing how to properly store, prepare, and serve food can help keep the food you serve and your customers safe. Because no amount of cooking or manipulation to food can guarantee it is safe […]
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April Cartoon: First In, First Out (FIFO)
First In, First Out (FIFO) is a system for storing and rotating food. In FIFO, the food that has been in storage longest (“first in”) should be the next food used (“first out”). This method helps restaurants and homes keep their food storage organized and use food before it goes bad. First In, First Out […]
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March Cartoon: Carding Customers
Many minors want to participate in drinking before they are legally permitted. And although there are many reasons why they might want to participate in drinking before they are old enough, as an alcohol server, you have a responsibility to not sell alcohol to minors. One way minors will try to get alcohol is to […]
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February Cartoon: 7 Hygiene Tips for Food Service
Practicing good hygiene is essential to food safety. It will help prevent physical and biological hazards from entering an establishment and contaminating food. Here are seven basic hygiene practices that should be followed while at your establishment: 1. Clean Your Uniform The goal is simple: bring as few pathogens as possible to work. Your uniform could contain […]
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