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How long and at what temperature should poultry be cooked at?
165 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 seconds
How should finger nails be kept and maintained by food handlers?
Clean and trimmed
If a customer slips and falls on a wet floor inside of a restaurant, who can legally be held responsible for this?
The establishment can be held responsibility
The loss of sales, negative exposure, low employee morale, and insurance premiums are all listed in our book as possibly resulting from what occurance?
Food borne illness outbreak
A piece of broken glass in food represents what kind of contamination?
What abbreviation or acronym describes the six conditions under which bacteria grows?
What are the six conditions under which bacterial may grow most rapidly?
Food, Acidity, Time, Temperature, Oxygen, Moisture
What are the three kinds of hazards?
Chemical, Physical, and Biological
What is the best way to thaw food safely?
In the refrigerator
What is the full name of the Federal Agency which creates and enforces safety related standards for businesses?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
What is the single most important thing a person can do to maintain hygiene for food safety?
Washing their hands
What is the temperature range at which pathogens grow MOST rapidly?
Room temperature 70-125 degrees Fahrenheit
What is the temperature range for the TDZ (Temperature Danger Zone)?
41-135 Degrees Fahrenheit
What microorganism is the leading cause of foodborne illness?
What word is best defined as the spread of pathogens from one surface or food to another?
When a first or second degree burn occurs, responders should immediately apply what to the affected area?
Why are babies and elderly people more likely to get foodborne illness?
Their immune systems are weak
If you do not wash your hands after using the restroom or if you drink untreated water from rivers and streams, you could spread _____.
Raw or undercooked eggs and poultry can cause an illness known as...
Which of the food dates tells you that you should throw the food product away if the date is currently past it?
Best by date
How many people must be sick from the same food, from the same restaurant for the illness to be considered a foodborne one?
Processed ____________ is more likely to come in contact with the E. coli bacteria, because more humans and equipment touch the meat during the food process.
What foodborne illness results in those with infections on their hands preparing food?
What foodborne illness can be deadly to infants if they consume honey?
Which government agency monitors food safety in America?
Why are the type of shoes you wear in a kitchen important?
Non slick shoes
Temperature at which poultry needs to be cooked to:
165 degrees Fahrenheit
Temperature at which fish needs to be cooked to:
Temperature at which pork needs to be cooked to:
145 degrees Fahrenheit
How long can food sit out without being kept cold or hot?
List the 4 steps for cleaning.
Cleaning, washing, disinfecting, drying
At what temperature should your refrigerator be kept?
At or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit
At what temperature should your freezer be kept?
0 degrees Fahrenheit
In order to properly wash your hands before or after handling food, exactly what is the minimum amount of time you should wash your hands under running water?
When sanitizing dishcloths or cutting boards at home using chlorine bleach, how much bleach should be added, per quart of water?
3/4 teaspoon per quart