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This Instructor's Manual provides a model course outline which may be adapted to a semester or quarter course in food sanitation with examples of short answer and multiple choice questions that are keyed to each chapter. It is provided to assist professors using Principles of Food Sanitation, 4th edition in food science or food service curricula. Since the first three editions of this text have been used throughout the United States and several other countries, this edition is supported by this manual that provides objectives, questions, and answers for e'ach chapter. This instructor's manual provides short answer questions with very concise answers and multiple choice questions with answers. These questions and answers can be used to stimulate classroom discussion, to review material covered or for quizzes and examinations. This manual, as part of the text, when properly utilized will prepare students for the challenges that they will face as employees in the food/food service industry that must know how to adopt effective sanitation measures to ensure a safe food supply. Use of this material will enhance the students' learning of food sanitation including regulations, role of microorganisms in food sanitation,. contamination sources, personal hygiene, RACCP, role of quality assurance in food sanitation, cleaning and sanitizing, waste disposal, pest control, construction design, and cleaning guidelines for various food facilities.
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Book Description Springer, 1899. Condition: Very Good. 4th ed.. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP102390142