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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FOOD POISONING AND SAFETY IN RESTAURANTS
H. Berberoglu

All restaurateurs and caterers know how food poisoning case can ruin a business. In view of the fact that government food inspection procedures and frequency have been largely relaxed, it behooves all professionals to be more vigilant about all aspects of food safety.  This publication explains in minute detail how harmful bacteria and viruses can be eliminated or minimized. Safe storage, cooking, and reheating techniques are explained in detail. 

Restaurant safety procedures are handled in sufficient detail to prevent accidents and injuries.  A 70 question examination (answers provided) at the end of the book allows the reader to carry out a self examination.

Softcover, Cerlox Bound, 79 Pages, 8½” x 5½” format, ISBN 1-895861-82-9   Published 1997. ($17.00)

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