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"Food Safety is the most
important thing I serve!"

Can you Answer This...
A food worker has just finished cutting raw meat on a cutting board and is about to cut lettuce for a salad. What must the food worker do to prevent cross-contamination?






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Food Safety Poll
What is the most important Food Safety Activity?

Keep raw meat away from ready-to-eat foods.
Maintain counters and food prep areas clean.
Wash hands.
Stay home if you are sick.
Maintain food at proper temperatures.
They are all important.



 

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