Keeping it clean

Hernandez, Jorge
September 1998
Food Management;Sep98, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p78
Trade Publication
Highlights the importance of proper sanitation and personal hygiene in preventing foodborne illness. Importance of proper handwashing; What to do when an employee becomes ill; Sanitizing the area.


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