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Serv Safe Chapter3

Contamination and Food Allergens

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Loss of consciouness, itchy scalp, hives, swollen face, shorteness of and a tightening in the throat maybe signs of Allergic reaction
Cod, Wheat flour, peanut butter, crab legs, pecan pie, soybeans,eggs and ice cream are the most common Food Allergens
Eggs and peanuts are dangerous for people with Food Allergies
Cooking tomatoes in a copper pot may cause this Toxic-metal poisoning
Chemicals should be stored away from food and utensils
Prevent food allergens from being transferred to food by clean and sanitize utensils before use
Three points on a food defense program should be Human element, building interior and building exterior
What are lead, copper and zinc when used as food equipment toxic metals
Created by: pklein