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Food Safety for the Food Service Operations By Matt Lichlyter
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Food Safety Training that is designed with the restaurant/food service operations in mind. "This book is a great training tool for all my managers! I have never come accross a training... More > manual that was easy to read AND understand! This manual is a great review tool for experience managers and a good training manual for brand new managers who need to prep for the national certification exam." - Mary, Restaurant Owner, Denver, Colorado This manual is a focus on up-to-date food safety training, written with a practical application focus! The material is easy to read, easy to understand, and has helped prepare manager for the national food safety exams.< Less
Food Safety for the Food Service Operations By Matt Lichlyter
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Food Safety Training that is designed with the restaurant/food service operations in mind. "This book is a great training tool for all my managers! I have never come accross a training... More > manual that was easy to read AND understand! This manual is a great review tool for experience managers and a good training manual for brand new managers who need to prep for the national certification exam." - Mary, Restaurant Owner, Denver, Colorado This manual is a focus on up-to-date food safety training, written with a practical application focus! The material is easy to read, easy to understand, and has helped prepare manager for the national food safety exams.< Less
An Introduction to Food Safety By Julie Lewthwaite
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An Introduction to Food Safety has been written for people who are preparing and serving food in catering businesses such as pubs, restaurants, cafes, and takeaways. Working as a food handler is an... More > extremely responsible job: everything they do, or in some cases, don’t do, while preparing and/or serving food can have a direct impact on people’s health. The workbook takes a step by step approach and contains six sections, each looking at a different aspect of food safety management: 1. Basic principles of food safety in catering 2. Food safety hazards 3. Storing and holding food safely 4. Cleanliness and hygiene 5. Suitable food premises 6. Legal requirements and the consequences of failing to meet them A set of questions at the end of each section helps the reader to review what they have learned. (The answers are included.) Anyone working towards a UK qualification in food safety in catering will find the workbook especially useful.< Less
Kids Food Safety By Elizabeth Davey
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A food safety guide for children based on FSANZ (Food Standards Australia & New Zealand) Std 3.2.2. Teaching children how to handle and prepare food safely will set them on the right track for... More > their future life.< Less
Food Preparation and Safety By Rachel Knief, Jackie Toben
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This is a book that will help you prepare food safely.
Food Safety in Catering By John Barrow
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This book is an essential for all small to medium size catering businesses, from pub/restaurants, gastro-pubs and takeaways to high class restaurants. John Barrow brings a wealth of international... More > experience and a sound knowledge of British and EC law to this subject in a book which is highly readable and informative< Less
Managing Food Safety - Volume 1: Food Hygiene By Matthias Kausch
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In this first of two volumes of Managing Food Safety: A Guide for Food Safety Managers in Retail and Catering, the author discusses best hygiene practice and ways to achieve it in business. The book... More > gives detailed background information as well as practical tips and tools on the central topics of food hygiene: Microbiology, personal hygiene, structural hygiene, operational hygiene, food safety management, training management and food safety legislation and law enforcement in Ireland. Designed as a course manual to accompany the MKRMS Managing Food Hygiene Course, this book is the ideal companion for every food safety manager in retail and catering. The included case studies and exercises make this book the ideal self-study textbook for food safety managers and supervisors. Hardcover edition with extra wide margins for easy note-taking!< Less
Kids Food Safety - U.S. Edition By Elizabeth Davey
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A guide to food safety guidelines for children based on FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administation Guidelines). Introducing children to handling food safely at an early age will set them on the right... More > track for their future life.< Less
MKRMS Food Safety - Basic Food Hygiene Course Book By Matthias Kausch
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This is the official coursebook that accompanies the MKRMS Basic Food Hygiene Course. It gives a concise and easy-to-understand overview over food handler responsibility and good hygiene practice in... More > the retail and catering sectors in Ireland. This publication is a MUST for anybody working with food in the retail and catering sectors. The contents of the book are based on I.S. 340:2007 and I.S. 341:2007 as well as Regulation (EU) 852:2004 and S.I. 369 of 2006. Basic Food Safety training is mandatory for anybody working with foods! Includes a voucher for a refund of the purchase price when booking the Basic Food Hygiene course with MKRMS Food Safety!< Less
Food Safety Audits, Plant Characteristics, and Food Safety Technology Use in Meat and Poultry Plants By Michael Ollinger et al.
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Food safety technology can increase a company’s capacity to prevent a foodborne contamination. A food safety audit—a quality control tool in which an auditor observes whether a... More > plant’s processing practices and technologies are compatible with good food safety practices—can indicate how effectively food safety technology is being used. Fast food restaurants, grocery stores, and other major customers of meat and poultry processing plants conduct their own audits or hire auditors to assess the soundness of a plant’s processing operation. Meat and poultry plants can also audit themselves as a way to help maintain process control. In this report, we document the extent of food safety audits in meat and poultry processing plants. We also examine the associations between the use of audits and plant size, firm structure, and food safety technology use. Results show that larger plants, plants subject to food safety audits, and plants that are part of a multiplant firm use more food safety technology than other plants.< Less