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An acronym used to explain conditions of bacterial growth
What does food mean?
Bacteria needs food to grow; bacteria likes food high in protein like eggs, meat, and dairy products
What does acid mean?
Bacteria grow best at neutral environments between 4.6 and 7.5 pH
What does temperature mean?
When a potentially hazardous food is in the temperature danger zone (between 41oF and 135oF), pathogens multiply; Keeping food out of the TDZ will stop growth but will not kill bacteria
What does time mean?
The longer potentially hazardous food is in the TDZ, the more pathogenic bacteria will grow; Limit time in the TDZ to no more than FOUR HOURS.
What does oxygen mean?
Some bacteria need oxygen enriched environments to grow where as others do not need any oxygen to grow
What does moisture mean?
Bacteria grow well in moist foods
Drier food=less growth
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