Food Safety Resources

Title: Cutting costs on hazard analysis critical control points systems in food catering: sampling frequency and the rate of misclassification

Author: Cohen, E., Cukierman, G.E., & Schwartz, Z.

State: IA
Country: USA

Date Recorded: 11/20/2003

Focus Areas:
Foodservice

Language: English
Format: Journal

(Not available online)

Food Safety Tip of the Day

Be cool, chill out

Chill out refrigerator

Proper cold storage is essential to preventing potential illness-causing bacteria from growing. Cold foods should be kept at 40° F during transporting, storage, and serving. Cooked foods must be cooled to 40° F within 4 hours for safe storage. Use of a thermometer to check refrigerator and food temperatures is a must for monitoring cold foods.

Source: National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation

Resources:

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