FOR OPTIMUM COOKING SAFETY: Why auditing is essential

Riell, Howard
April 1999
FoodService Director;04/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p174
Trade Publication
Discusses the importance of safeguarding food safety by auditing the cooking process. Benefits of checking preparation methods and temperatures; Procedure for safe cooking according to a professor at the School of Hospitality Management of Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania; Information on the recommended minimum temperature to kill bacteria in cooking food.


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