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The Importance of Food Safety Training

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The Importance of Food Safety Training

John Kek

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John Kek

It is true that in past generations our basic food products were not as protected by modern packaging, processing, preservation and bacterial elimination methods, thus making the safer food assumption appear valid.

http://eriecdp.org/

However never in the past have our constituents of food production had such a long and varied food chain from initial generation to final consumption.

Pathogenic bacteria whether aerobic or anaerobic multiply over time and the greater the number of processes in a food chain the greater the likelihood of error or mishap.

Raw food materials now made accessible by modern preservation techniques are no longer produced locally for imminent consumption but manufactured in countries sometimes known for poor food handling techniques and many are the recent events where criminal activity for profit has contaminated our food chain in one form or another.

As a result in most instances, raw foods supplied are safer than in the past at the moment of breaking the seal on their packaging, but their history of processing or contamination will catch up with them much sooner than was the case with foods that our parents worked with.

http://eriecdp.org/food-for-fr eedom-review/


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2nd April, 2016 @ 8:25 AM CEST

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