Tag Archives: Safe Food Preparation

Reheating food safely

Food Safety Supervisors understand that bacteria can grow in food that is reheated too slowly. Holding food, at temperatures where bacteria can multiply, can also cause food-borne illnesses. If you reheat previously cooked and cooled potentially hazardous food, you must reheat it rapidly to 60°C or hotter. You should aim to reheat food to 60°C, […]

Safe food preparation

Experienced Food Safety Supervisors understand that even the freshest raw food contains bacteria right from the start, so it’s important to follow the steps listed below to help prevent food-borne illnesses. Preparation means preparing food for cooking, packaging, reheating, serving or selling. Hazards when preparing food People who do not understand safe food preparation practices […]