The meaning of hazardous foods especially as described by local legislation and

The meaning of hazardous foods especially as

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6.The meaning of hazardous foods, especially as described by local legislation and national food codesincluding typical examples for potentially hazardous foods across all food groups. 7.Instructions for the use, sanitation and calibration of food thermometers including the legally permitted tolerances for probe thermometers. 8.The requirements for ensuring food safety for single use items. Assessment Coversheet-V2018.1-100818 © Canterbury Technical Institute - 2018| Page 7 of 11
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Canterbury Technical Institute CRICOS Code – 02938M RTO No: 31645 Disposable plates, mugs, cups and bowls Individually packaged sugar, sweetener and whitener Individually packaged condiments, e.g. tomato sauce, soy sauce, wasabi Individually packaged jams, spreads and butters Individually packaged tea, coffee and other drinks Face wipes and serviettes Straws Whenever single-use items are available, it is essential that they are stored, displayed and packaged appropriately. For example, serviette and straw dispensers should be used to prevent customers touching more than 1 item at a time. Putting straws in a glass and allowing customers to touch them is unhygienic. Single-use items must not be reused and torn or damaged items must never be given out. 9. The requirements for handling and disposing of damaged items, food that has been recalled, waste removal and vermin control.
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