Food Protection 2.0

Food Protection 2.0 - 2/15/2012 Before we start Most of the...

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2/15/2012 1 Before we start Most of the World Food Markets How do we really know that the food is “safe”? A public health professional are asked this question Central District Health Department Inspections
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2/15/2012 2 My challenge is to assure that the food is “safe”? We have safe food through conscientious suppliers and regulatory oversight. We wish to have safe food from farm to table.
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2/15/2012 3 Potential Hazardous Foods are foods that support rapid growth of infectious microbes Danger Zone when rapid growth occurs The History of food protection
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2/15/2012 4 Early food protection methods Mainly the protection was individual action look at the novels written in those times. The work of Louis Pasteur Pasteurization 1862
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2/15/2012 5 Commercially prepared food protection programs prior to 1900. The implementation of federal rules for food safety The regulation of milk
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2/15/2012 6 Pure food and drug act the Delaney Clause. The Delaney Clause
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course ENVHLTH 102 taught by Professor Dalestephenson during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.

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