Food Safety: Your Self-Training Manual
Why read this book?
Think about the last time you ate out. Was the food served hot? Did the restroom have hand soap and paper towels? The Oregon Health Authority looks for these things to keep people from getting sick. People can get sick if food is left out at room temperature or if germs get into their food or drinks. Hands can look clean but if they have germs on them, someone can get sick. Food can smell good but have germs on it that make it unsafe to eat. This is why you will want to develop safe habits to keep you, your customers and your family healthy.
How to use this book
In the first few pages of this book, you will see the goals and outcomes that you will be tested on for your food handler certificate. You will need a score of 75% to pass the test. Throughout this book you will find study questions that will help you get ready to take the test for the food handler certificate. At the end of the book is a practice test for you to take and see how you do.
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