Quantity Food Sanitation
Edition: 5th 1996 (Revised)
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Description: Revised and updated, this book focuses on the microbiological aspects of food prepared in quantity with thorough scientific documentation on the problems and solutions. This edition includes a chapter on microwave cooking, and other developments.
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List price: $117.95
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/8/1996
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Partial table of contents|
|Some Basic Facts on Microorganisms Important in Food Sanitation|
|Reservoirs of Microorganisms Causing Foodborne Gastroenteric Outbreaks: People, Animals, Environment|
|Reservoirs of Microorganisms Causing Foodborne Gastroenteric Outbreaks: Food Supply|
|Control: Procurement of Sound Food Supply and Appropriate Storage of Purchased Items|
|Contamination of Ingredients and Menu Items in the Foodservice Establishment|
|Multiplication and Survival of Bacterial Contaminants in Ingredients and Menu Items|
|Microbiological Considerations in Connection with Some Specific Categories of Foodservice Systems|
|Educating Foodservice Personnel in Food Sanitation|