b'What are the Top 3 Food Safety Defenses?Prohibited FoodsWhatfoodsareprohibitedaroundYOPIpopulations?If you work in a facility that serves a Highly Susceptible Population, certain foods are not allowed:Consumers in these facilities maySeed sprouts, like alfalfa sprouts, areNon-pasteurized juicesnot order undercooked fish, shell- not allowedfish, beef, eggs, chicken or porkWHAT IS SAFE RE-SERVICE OF FOOD? Sometimes a consumer doesnt eat all the food that was on the table. If a consumer returns or leaves behind food, which is then served to someone else, it is called re-service.Unpackaged food may not be re-served. This includes uneaten rolls, tortilla chips or breadsticks; they must be thrown away if a consumer leaves them on the table.Packaged foods like crackers, sugar packets, and jelly packets may be re-served, unless you are in a facility that serves a Highly Susceptible Population. In these facilities, packaged foods must be discarded as well.Local regulations may vary on regarding re-service. For instance, in some jurisdictions in is recommended that con-tainers of food may be re-served or transferred if the following criteria are met: It is not a Potentially Hazardous Food. It is kept in a container and closed between uses, such as a narrow-neck bottle of catsup, sauce, or wine.It is in a sealed, original, undamaged package, such as crackers, salt or pepper.Cross ContaminationReview Questions1.Where should cleaners and chemicals be stored in a food service establishment?2.Which part of the refrigerator is best for storing raw meat?3.Define cross-contamination.4.What are the best ways to prevent cross-contam-ination?5.What is the difference between cleaning and sanitizing?36 eFoodhHaannddlleerrssccoomm36'