¿se habla español?        "Food Safety for ALABAMA"
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An eFoodhandlers Card, Certificate or Picture badge should be on the menu of every Alabama food server, worker and handler. Protect the restaurant industry, protect your employer and protect your family, by understanding the vital concepts of personal hygiene, temperature control and cross-contamination. Food safety is everyone's responsibility.


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Can you Answer This...
Germs can be spread from a food worker even when the food worker looks and feels healthy. Which of these is the best thing you can do to prevent spreading germs?






Food Safety Poll
What percentage of Food handlers reportedly do not wash their hands after using toilet.

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Salsa & Guacomole Season is here

As people in ALABAMA take their cooking and entertaining outside, food handlers of the domestic variety face new food safety threats. Salsa & Guacomole are both potentially hazardous food that permits the spread of bacteria. Warm temperatures can increase this growth and ca be a license for disaster if safe food handling practices are ignored. Food handlers must keep foods like Salsa & Guacomole as well as all TCS foods (Temperature Control for Safety) free of harmful pathogens. The key is to not permit food to remain in the danger zone (41-135 degress). Always refrigerate these foods when not being served.

Earning a certificate from eFoodhandlers teaches even the weekend food handler about proper temperature control and the results from unsafe handling practices.

 
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Cities of recent alFoodhandlers

Bayou La Batre
Birmingham
Eight Mile
IRVINGTON
Mobile
Prichard
Theodore
Vestavia Hills

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