FRUITS AND VEGETABLES!
BOARDS COME IN ALL COLORS! THAT'S A FACT, IT'S TRUE! ALL THE COLORS OF RAINBOW, FROM MAUVE TO BLUE!
POULTRY! COOKED FOOD!
BE SMART! USE THE RIGHT CUTTING BOARD!
1.) How did the hospital merger complicate the diagnosis and treatment of Becky? Explain which procedures were not done because of cost-cutting measures. Would they have made any difference? What about the time frame? Could she have been saved if dif
FSS WEEK 3
There is definitely no such thing as the stomach flu. Influenza is a respiratory virus. The reason that people usually brush off the symptoms of foodborne illness as"stomach flu" is because the symptoms of many foodborne illnesses are ver
In the United States, Food grading is mandatory. The governing body that handles all of the food grading is the USDA, and beef, pork, lamb, and poultry are graded in accordance with different standards. Beef is divided into eight grades; prime, choic
Mad Cow Disease, or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, probably originated from contaminated bone and meal feed being fed to cattle. It is caused by an abnormal protein caused a prion that affects the central nervous system. Experts suspect it was cau
Bart and Willy are called 4-D men because of what they do. They pick up Dead, Dying, Diseased, and Disabled farm animals and sell them to a rendering plant. Their activities are especially dangerous because they can not only harm themselves with the
FSS WEEK 5
FSS WEEK 5
Slaughterhouses run in a very organized and efficient manner. Cows are first lined up single file using gates outside. Upon reaching the front of the line, they are given a preslaughter inspection for any signs of disease, and