Food poisoning is the subject of these printable food safety flash cards.
There are 20 flash cards in this set (4 pages to print.)
1. Print out the cards.
2. Cut along the dashed lines.
3. Fold along the solid lines.
Sample flash cards in this set:
|illness carried or transmitted to people by food people with compromised immune systems are more likely to get sick
|incident in which two or more people experience same illness after eating same food usually not in same household
|foodborne illness outbreak
|potentially hazardous foods
|usually foods with harmful bacteria: dairy eggs meat raw sprouts and seeds fish shellfish heat treated plant foods like cooked rice
|what are the types of hazards that can cause illness
|biological: microorganisms, plants, seafood toxins chemical: cleaners, sanitizers, toxic metals physical: foreign objects accidentally get into food, chicken bone in chicken fillet
|what are ways foodborne illness to happen more rapidly
|TT: time temp abuse - food catering company leaves food out at room temp Cross-contamination - someone sneezing in food Poor personal hygiene -not washing hands after bathroom or picking pimples and touching food
|bacteria, commonly caused by contaminated food or water. farm animals carry; infected humans carry in feces contaminated food (poultry and eggs and dairy) or water
|shigella found in feces of infected humans; occur when people eat contaminated food or water; flies
|often transferred to food when infected food handlers touch food or equip w fingers that have feces on them food: RTE food shellfish
|common food allergens
|dairy and milk egg fish and shellfish soy nuts wheat
|potential hazardous foods (165 degF)
|A substance, such as a chemical or organism, that makes food unsafe to eat
|Sickness caused by eating food that contains a contaminant.
|A living thing so small that it can only be seen through a microscope.
|Poison that can cause a illness
|Keeping food safe to eat by following proper food handling and cooking practices.
|Prevention of illness through cleanliness.
|Thoroughly washing your body, face, and hands, you help to avoid transferring harmful bacteria when handling food.
|The spread of harmful bacteria from one food to another.
|To prepare food in a way that allows it to be safely stored for later use
|Immediate removal of a product from store shelves