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Guillermo says 'Food Safety is the most important thing I serve'. He got his Alabama food handlers card from eFoodhandlers and now understands the vital concepts of personal hygiene, temperature control and cross-contamination. The public, the restaurant owner and even Guillermo will rest easier knowing the food you serve is safe.


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Guillermo: 'Food safety is the
most important thing I serve!'


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If your dear Grandma brings you her freshly canned peaches and asks if you would bake peach pies for the special of the day at your restaurant, you should:






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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

Bessemer
birmingham
Mobile
mount olive
Prattville
Saraland
SPANISH FORT
Theodore
Tuscaloosa

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