Setting Up A System For Food Safety
Once you have learned the information in the first part of this chapter,you must apply it in the kitchen.
Many food service operations have designed food safety systems that enable food workers to keep a close check on food items whenever there is a risk of contamination or of the growth of pathogens. In the most effective systems,nothing is left to chance. At each stage of food production and storage, workers refer to written guidelines that explain what to look for and what action to take if the standards are not met. Having written guidelines helps everyone avoid costly mistakes.
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