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List at least 3 populations at HIGH risk for foodborne illness.
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Enumere por lo menos a 3 poblaciones en el ALTO riesgo para la enfermedad producida por los alimentos.
1)infants & preschool-age children, 2)pregnant women, 3)elderly people whose immune systems may be weak, 4) people taking certain medications, 5)people who are seriously ill
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1)infants y niños de la pre-entrenamiento-edad, 2)pregnant mujeres, gente 3)elderly que sistemas inmunes pueden ser débiles, 4) personas que toman ciertas medicaciones, 5)people que son seriamente enfermos
T or F
Raw spouts and sprout seeds are potentially hazardous foods
True
T or F
At our hospital we do NOT serve raw sprouts to patients.
True
Which foods are least likely to cause foodborne illness?
a) flour
b) melons
c) cooked rice
d) eggs
Flour
Which is NOT a common characteristic of potentially hazardous food?
a) they are moist
b) they are dry
c) they are acidic
d) they contain protein
b) they are dry

Moisture needs to be present for bacteria to grow.
Time-temperature abuse refers to...
Food that has been allowed to remain too long in the temperature danger zone (41 degrees F to 135 degrees F)
Name 3 potential hazards to food safety.
1) biological
2) chemical
3) physical
A customer complains of hair found in their food, this is an example of what type of hazard?
Physical
A foodhandler has just finished cutting raw chicken, then touches ready-to-eat foods. This is an example of?
Cross-contamination
T or F
Tofu is a potentially hazardous food.
True
T or F
Bread is NOT a potentially hazardous food.
True
The "F" in 'FAT TOM' refers to?
Food
T or F
"FAT TOM" refers to what microorganisms need to grow.
True
T or F
Salmonellosis is NOT an example of an infection.
False
Who am I?
I am found in soil.
I have been associated with rice.
I can produce two different types of toxins that cause illness.
Cooking food to required minimum internal temperatures can destroy me.
Bacillus cereus
F= ??
A= ??
T= ??

T= ??
O= ??
M= ??
F=Food
A=Acidity
T=Temperature

T=Time
O=Oxygen
M=Moisture