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Eggs used in dressing served to highly susceptible populations must be

Shell eggs should be clean and sound. Raw eggs must be received in refrigerated equipment that maintains an ambient air temperature of 7°C (45°F) or less. that serve highly susceptible. 4626.0447 FOOD SERVED TO A HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE POPULATION. 3-801.11. In a food establishment that serves a highly susceptible population, the criteria in this part must be followed. § tribal Nations, advises that eggs prepared and served to highly susceptible persons in nursing homes should be pasteurized or cooked until both the yolk and whites are firm.5 Pasteurized shell eggs are commercially available, are clearly labeled and allow the safe consumption of undercooked eggs

Regulations for Food Service to Highly Susceptible Populations • Eggs must always be held at proper temperature. ONE customer's serving at a single meal, if the eggs are combine, cooked, and served immediately. Examples include omelets or scrambled eggs not be used for raw eggs served to a Highly Susceptible Population (HSP). 6 hour consideration: Food must be <41°when removed from refrigeration and not exceed 70°within 6 hours. 3-501.19 Time/Temperature Control for Safety Food Time/temperature control for safety food means a FOOD that require The purpose of this fact sheet is to provide the operator with information regarding highly susceptible populations. Please refer to the 2009 FDA Food Code Chapter 3-801.11 Definition of a highly susceptible population (HSP): Highly susceptible population is defined as persons who are more likely than others i egg salad sandwiches are served at an offsite location without temperature control. the sandwiches are removed from cold holding at 11 am. the temp of the egg salad is checked at 1 pm. and is found to be 55 F. at 3 pm, the egg salad has reached 65 F. at 4 pm, the egg salad has reached 71 F. at 5 pm, the egg salad has reached 80 F. at what time should the egg salad have been thrown out

Assuring the Safety of Eggs and Menu and Deli Items Made

However, the following foods may not be served or offered for sale in a food establishment that serves a highly susceptible population: 1. Raw animal foods, such as raw fish, raw-marinated fish, raw molluscan shellfish, and steak tartare 2. A partially cooked animal food, such as lightly cooked fish, rare meat, soft-cooked eggs that are made. Egg Salad sandwiches are served at an offsite location without temperature control. The sandwiches are removed from the cold holding at 11am. The temperature of the egg salad is checked is found to be 55F, At 3pm the egg salad has reached 65F, At 4pm, the egg salad has reached 71F. At 5pm, the egg salad has reached 80F

*Note: Food service establishments that serve to highly susceptible populations must substitute raw shell eggs with pasteurized shell, liquid, frozen or dry eggs in the preparation of foods except when raw eggs are combined as an ingredient immediately before baking and the eggs are thoroughly cooked to a ready-to-ea 9. Highly Susceptible Population (Category 24): Those establishments that serve individuals that are high risk must have certain procedures in place. Pasteurized liquid, frozen or dry eggs must be substituted for raw shell eggs. This is marked OUT if this item is served to a highly susceptible population. 10 HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE POPULATIONS Food served to patients in isolation cannot be re-served in any manner - even if the food is packaged. Pasteurized eggs/egg products must be substituted for raw eggs In products like hollandaise sauce, Caesar salad dressing, homemade mayonnaise, meringue 0°F DANGER ZONE 20°F 40°F 60°F 0°F 140°F 160°F 180°F 82°C 71°C 60°C 49 16C 4°C-7°C-18°C Added Safeguards for Highly Susceptible Populations ©Establishments that serve highly. WAC 246-215-03530(4), may not be used for raw EGGS. (6) Subsection (2)(b) of this section does not apply if: (a) The raw EGGS are combined immediately before cooking for one CONSUMER'S serving at a single meal, cooked as specified under WAC 246-215-03400 (1)(a), and served immediately such as an omelet, souf-fle, or scrambled EGGS

4626.0447 - MN Rules Par

  1. Egg-fortified beverages Shelled eggs combined and cooked to 145ºF or above for 15 seconds for immediate service as a single meal may be served. illness outbreaks: Time holding, in place of temperature control, may not be used for raw eggs. Juices HSP and children age 9 and younger that receive food in a school, child care center, o
  2. eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions. OR . Regarding the safety of these items, written information is available upon request. Restrictions . Raw or undercooked animal food must not be served at food establishments that serve a highly susceptible population
  3. • Raw or undercooked eggs (Caesar dressing, custards, sauces i.e. Hollandaise, etc) • Raw or rare meat (hamburgers, etc) • Raw or undercooked seafood (sushi, clams, oysters, etc) These types of risky foods need to be fully described in the menu selection. An asterisk referring to a footnote containing further information may also be used
  4. used for raw eggs by a food establishment that serves a highly susceptible population, such as a nursing home or child care center. Food establishments can hold TCS foods for up to: o Four hours: 1. Initial temperature of 41⁰ F or less, OR Initial temperature of 135⁰ F or greater. 2
  5. Highly Susceptible Populations - RESERVED 24. Pasteurized foods used; prohibited foods not offered Food/Color Additives and Toxic Substances IN OUT 25. Food additives: approved and properly used NA 26. Toxic substances properly identified, stored, and used IN OUT A. Poisonous or toxic materials, chemicals, lubricants, pesticides
  6. Products containing raw eggs such as salad dressings, cookie or cake batter, homemade ice cream, sauces, and beverages such as eggnog. Such foods made from commercially pasteurized eggs are safe. • Raw meat or poultry. Rare ground meats of any kind. • Raw sprouts (alfalfa, clover, and radish).Unpasteurized or untreated fresh fruit or.
  7. In a foodestablishment that serves a highly susceptible population: (1) The following requirements apply to juice: (a) For the purposes of this paragraph only, children who are age nine or less and receive food in a school, day care setting, or similar facility that provides custodial care are included as highly susceptible populations; (b) Pre.

Establishments that serve highly susceptible populations, such as day cares, hospitals, and nursing homes cannot serve undercooked or raw • Caesar dressing made with raw, un-pasteurized eggs • Marinated, injected or tenderized steaks served rare or The Advisory must be in print. Hav only serve beverages and wrapped or packaged food, and host or wait staff who present minimal risk of contaminating exposed food, clean equipment, utensils, and linens, and unwrapped single-service and single-use articles. While preparing food, food employees shall not wear jewelry includin • The following may not be offered or served to HSP: un-pasteurized juice or beverage containing juice; raw or partially cooked animal foods such as raw fish, steak tartare, rare meat, soft -cooked eggs, meringue, and raw seed sprouts. • Pasteurized eggs or egg products shall be substituted for raw shell eggs in the preparation of

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control now estimate that 1 egg in 10,000 may be contaminated. To lower the risk of getting sick from bacteria, cook both the egg yolk and the white until firm (145°F). There is a risk in eating soft-boiled, sunny side up, over easy, or soft scrambled eggs. There is also a risk in from scratch Caesar. 3-801.11(A)(2) Highly Susceptible Populations: Juice with Warning Label May Not Be Served (Unpasteurized). 3-801.11(A)(3) Highly Susceptible Populations: Unpackaged Juice Made Onsite Must Be Under HACCP Plan. 3-801.11(B) Highly Susceptible Populations: Pasteurized Eggs for Egg Dressings, Drinks etc. & Combined Egg Recipes

(B) In a food establishment that serves a highly susceptible population, time only, rather than time in conjunction with temperature, may not be used as a public health control for raw eggs (pg. 71). The resident population served in a nursing home is a highly susceptible population. Therefore, nursing homes must be diligent in minimizing foo Except for food establishments serving a highly susceptible population, this section does not apply to raw or partially cooked foods, if the food is a raw animal food, such as raw marinated fish, raw molluscan shellfish, or steak tartare or a partially cooked food, such as lightly cooked fish, rare meat, and soft-cooked eggs, that is served or.

Highly susceptible population (HSP) facilities shall not serve or offer for sale in a ready-to-eat form: Raw animal foods/raw fish/raw-marinated fish/raw molluscan shellfish/steak tartare; Partially cooked animal foods/lightly cooked fish/rare meat/soft cooked eggs (made from raw shell eggs)/ meringue; and Raw seed sprouts Receiving shell eggs. § 46. 244. Receiving eggs and milk products. § 46. 245. Package integrity of food upon receipt. Special Requirements For Highly Susceptible Populations § 46.1. Additional safeguards for a food facility that serves a highly Requirement and designation of dressing areas and storage areas. § 46. 946. Utility sinks. (5) A FOOD ESTABLISHMENT that serves a HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE POPULATION shall not use time as a means of public health control for raw EGGs. 3-502 Specialized Processing Methods. 3-502.11 WAIVER Requirements . A FOOD ESTABLISHMENT shall obtain a WAIVER from the HEALTH AUTHORITY as specified in Chapter 4-101.13 of these Regulations prior to

ServSafe Final Flashcards Quizle

• Use shallow pans, with product no more than 2 inches deep • Change the pan from one that the food was cooked or held in. • Cut into smaller portions • Cool in the walk-in cooler, not in smaller units • Food must drop from 120 degrees to 70 degrees in 2 hours and then to less than 41 degrees within 4 additional hour o Use paper towel to turn off faucet, and open restroom doors Avoid bare hand contact with ready-to-eat foods, especially when working with highly susceptible populations Using Single Use Gloves o Use along with hand washing o Use once and discard o Use especially with ready-to-eat foods that won't be cooked agai

(e.g. sausages, hot dogs, etc.), which must be cooked to required temperatures. *Offering raw or undercooked animal-derived foods, even with a Consumer Advisory, is prohibited in facilities exclusively serving highly susceptible populations (i.e. nursing homes). Examples of food items requiring a Consumer Advisory include: Raw or undercooked eggs This preview shows page 1 - 2 out of 2 pages. Substitute pasteurized eggs and egg products for shell eggs whenever possible. These types of products have already been heat treated to destroy bacteria. If you use shell eggs, make sure and serve cooked eggs and egg-rich foods immediately after cooking (serve at 135 degrees Fahrenheit or higher) There is some bare hand contact allowed (with restrictions) for employees who do not serve this population but the code is stricter for those serving highly susceptible populations. There is nothing in the code that requires the use of gloves to prevent bare hand contact, only that food is protected from bare hands (1) If served hot, the temperature of such food shall be kept at 140º F. or above. Except beef roasts and pork roasts cooked as required (see temperature chart) may be held hot at 130º F. or above. (2) If served cold, such food shall be: (a) Maintained at 45º F. or below and displayed in or on a refrigerated facility which ca Never use handwashing sinks to dump used water, prep food, fill containers, or wash dishes. Handwashing sinks should always be accessible and never blocked by food, equipment, or kitchen supplies. Other Hand Concerns. Beyond handwashing, safe food handlers must also understand how to properly use gloves and how to keep hands and fingernails.

Highly Susceptible Populations. 26. Pasteurized foods used; prohibited foods not offered. Pasteurized eggs used where required. 31. Violations cited in this report must be corrected within the time frames stated below or in Section 8-405.11 of the Food Code served, utensils washed, toilet, dressing and locker rooms, and garbage storage areas shall be well you will be serving to Highly Susceptible Populations such as Elementary School aged children or younger (birth through 5th grade), eggs, meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, edible crustacean, etc (4) A food service operation or a retail food establishment that serves a highly susceptible population, may not use time as specified under paragraph (I)(1), (I)(2) or (I)(3) of this rule as the public health control for raw eggs that are for service to a highly susceptible population. (J) Variance requirement Highly Susceptible Populations 26 Pasteurized foods used; prohibited foods not offered Food/Color Additives and Toxic Substances Pasteurized eggs used where required 31 Water & ice from approved source Physical Facilities Violations cited in this report must be corrected within the time frames stated below or in Section 8-405.11 of the.

•undercooked eggs •sprouts • unpasteurized milk or juices Although anyone can get sick from food handled unsafely, certain people usually get sick more often or have more serious illnesses. These people are called the Highly Susceptible Population. They are: • Younger than 5 years old. • Older than 65 years old. • Pregnant When To Use TPHC If you choose to use TPHC, you may use it for: A working supply of time/temperature control for safety food (TCS) before cooking. Ready-to-eat TCS food displayed or held for sale or service. Examples may include: Raw shell eggs on a cook line, or waffle batter at a self-serve breakfast bar

2020 ServSafe Practice Questions Flashcards Quizle

Rev. 7/8/2016 Page 1 of 1 The following is a questionnaire to determine which risk category is appropriate for your food facility. This form must be submitted in conjunction with your Facility Evaluation Application or Plan Review Application Plans must include general plumbing, electrical, mechanical and lighting drawings and room finish schedules. ⎯ A site plan locating exterior equipment, such as dumpsters and walk-ins Indicate any of the following highly susceptible populations that will be catered to or served: eggs, fish, lamb, milk, pork, poultry or shellfish be.

Pasteurized foods, pro- HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBL

  1. Ready-to-eat food containing undercooked food or raw egg and unpackaged confectionery food containing more than 0.5% alcohol may be served if the facility notifies the consumer. (114012, 114093) 20. Prohibited foods may not be offered in licensed health care facilities/public and private schools. (114091) 21
  2. der locations (not applicable for establishments serving a highly susceptible population). 13
  3. Except during preparation, cooking, or cooling, or when time is used as the public health control as specified in Section 1009, potentially hazardous food (time/ temperature control for safety food) shall be maintained: (b) At five degrees Celsius (5 degrees C) (forty-one degrees Fahrenheit (41 degrees F)) or less
  4. Thin meats, poultry, fish, eggs (*pasteurized eggs must be served to a highly susceptible population) Applicant must indicate which materials (quarry tile, stainless steel, 4 plastic coved molding, etc.) will be used in the following areas. Kitche
  5. Chapter 2 1 - Diarrhea, vomiting, jaundice, fever, sore throat 2 - Nontyphoidal Salmonella; Salmonella Typhi; Shigella; Shiga Toxin Producing E. Coli; Hepatitis A; Norovirus 3 - Handwashing 4 - Get hands wet; apply soap; scrub hands 10-15 sec; back of hands and between fingers; rinse hand; disposable towel or air dryer 5 - Arrive to work with clean appearance and in clean clothes; hair must be.
  6. Corrective Actions: Commercially processed RTE foods at the time the original container is opened should be marked with a system indicating when the food should be discarded. If the food is held at 41°F or below the food shall be served or sold within 7 calendar days

Highly susceptible population facilities must not serve undercooked and raw animal derived food because these people have weakened or compromised immune systems. Pasteurized pre-packaged juice and pasteurized eggs must be served to reduce the risk of foodborne illness. 27. Approved Additive (b) For cleaning in refrigerators, areas used to store dry food and in all other areas, including dining areas. (2) At least 50 foot-candles (540 lux) on all surfaces used for preparing food and at work levels used to wash equipment or utensils. e. Food equipment schedule to include type, make and model numbers and listin Use tongs, other utensils, deli papers or gloves to assemble or serve ready-to-eat foods. (22) Correct by: Wed Aug 28 2019 (Corrected on Site) The following items were observed cold holding above 41F in the expo make table cooler at time of inspection • Removes Pooled as a definition for mixing 4 or more eggs as the concept required explanation, but the intent of reducing mixing multiple raw eggs remains in the rule. Affected code section (WAC 246-215-3321) modified to clarify number of eggs. • Removes Potentially Hazardous Food. This phrase replaced with Time/Temperature Contro

Safe Food for Our Senior Customers FoodHandle

  1. ation. An example of a RTE food is washed lettuce to be used in a salad. • Recipes for large groups, • Sufficient equipment and space,
  2. ation, so discard when soiled or damaged. Fabric or re-usable gloves may not be used with RTE food. Avoid single-use gloves made of natural rubber latex. GLOVE USE Booklet Page 12. 5
  3. Preparation limited to cook and serve of commercially prepared frozen or refrigerated Facility serves a highly susceptible population (immunocompromised, preschool aged children or older adults (e.g. nursing home). one method may be used together. Foods must be cooled from 135 degrees to 70 degrees in 2 hours and from 70 degrees (room.
  4. imum 145 for 15 sec. So, pooling of unpasteurized shell eggs for buffet service is not allowed if they are intended to be served to a highly susceptible population; #16, 24 (corrected Jan 13) 3-401.11 and 3-401.1
  5. Observations & Corrective Actions. 01: Parties seated outside were not separated by at least six feet. Signage was not posted at the entrance that states that no one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, a positive diagnostic test for the virus that causes COVID-19 in the prior ten days, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, is permitted in the establishment
  6. Please contact the Sanitarian at the phone number listed below for a re-inspection once the violations have been corrected and the fee has been paid. If the food facility wishes to schedule an appointment over the weekend, please call Municipal Dispatch at 215-686-4514 and request the On-Call Supervisor
  7. **Please Note: Prior to commencing food service operations, the owner/operator must apply for a separate food service permit and pass a final inspection.** **Any food establishment level 2 or higher require managers to pass a food safety manager course and register with the health department

If you have more questions or concerns about food safety, contact: The Pueblo City-County Health Department at 719-583-4307 or visit the Dish Pueblo. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1- 888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854). TTY 1-800-256-7072 Highly susceptible populations: Those establishments that serve individuals that are immunocompromised or highly susceptible to foodborne illness must have certain procedures in place. Pasteurized liquid, frozen or dry eggs must be substituted for raw shell eggs. Prepackaged juice must contain a warning label. HACCP could be implemented Pasteurized eggs or egg products shall be substituted for raw eggs in the preparation of foods such as Caesar salad, hollandaise or Bearnaise sauce, mayonnaise, meringue, eggnog, ice cream, and egg-fortified beverages that are not: (1) Cooked as specified under paragraph (A) (1) (a) or (A) (1) (b) of rule 3717-1-03.3 of the Administrative Code; or Pasteurized eggs used where required Water and ice from approved source Proper disposition of returned, previously served, reconditioned, and unsafe food Proper cooking time and temperature Highly Susceptible Populations Chemical Conformance with Approved Procedure

Written procedures must be provided when time as a control is being used for food safety. The procedures must be maintained in the establishment and made available to the health department A food service establishment that serves a highly susceptible population may not use time as the public health control for raw eggs Pasteurized eggs used where required In-use utensils: properly stored Highly Susceptible Populations 24 IN OUT N/A 8 IN OUT Preventing Contamination by Hands 23 IN OUT N/A Violations cited in this report must be corrected withing the time frames below, or as stated in sections 8-405.11 of the food code

Wac 246-215-03800

Page 3 of 21 (c) an egg product. (14) Egg Product means all, or a portion of, the contents found inside eggs separated from the shell and pasteurized in a food processing plant, with or without added ingredients, intended for human consumption, such as dried, frozen or liquid eggs The Association for Dressings and Sauces (ADS) was founded in 1926 and represents manufacturers of salad dressing, mayonnaise and condiment sauces and suppliers of raw materials, packaging and equipment to this segment of the food industry. Its purpose is to serve the best interests of industry members, its customers, and consumers of its products

Cooking and pooling of eggs - King Count

Highly Susceptible Populations .2653 24 IN OUT N/A Pasteurized foods used; prohibited foods not offered 3 1.5 0 Chemical .2653, .2657 25 IN OUT N/A Food additives: approved & properly used 1 0.5 0 26 IN OUT N/ Section 216-RICR-50-10-1.5 - Food 1.5.1 Preventing Contamination from Hands A. Food employees may not contact exposed, ready-to-eat food with their bare hands and shall use suitable utensils such as deli tissue, spatula, tongs, single-use gloves or dispensing equipment. This does not apply to the following: 1. Contains a raw animal food and is to be cooked in the food establishment to heat all. TIME AS A PUBLIC HEALTH CONTROL (6 hour rule only) Rev. 07.27.2018 Page 2 of 3 NOTE: Foods (listed in this procedure) in unmarked containers/packages or marked to exceed the 6 hour limit shall be discarded. NOTE: ALL foods used under time only as a control shall be served or discarded within 6 hours of removing from temperature control ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 971 Jason Lopez Cir. Bldg D Florence, AZ 85132 T 520-866-6864 FREE 866-960-0633 F 520-866-7066 www.pinalcountyaz.gov Appendix A Plan Submittal Checklist FOOD: The menu is included with the plan review application (required)

South Dakota Legislatur

  1. serve a Highly Susceptible Population may not work if they have diarrhea, vomiting, or jaundice. Raw or cooked eggs Cooked vegetables, rice, beans, or pasta A thermometer must be used to make sure the food is cooked or held at the correct temperature
  2. Establishments must comply with the requirements of the Missouri Food Code to receive and retain permit Food prepared as specified in No. 4 above for service to a highly susceptible population (i.e. child/adult day care, hospital, nursing Cook raw meats/shell eggs Cook, chill & serve PHFs Large group catering (weddings, etc.) 9/13/201
  3. For a classic Southern deviled eggs recipe, boil the eggs, slice them, and put the yolks in a bowl.Next, mash the yolks with mayonnaise, mustard, and sweet pickle relish, plus a little salt and pepper. Lastly, spoon the sweet and tangy yellow mixture into the egg and dust with a bit of paprika
  4. ->Dish machine must provide a sanitizer concentration of 50-100 ppm chlorine at the dish surface to sanitize dishes, equipment and utensils. Repair machine as needed. Use sanitizer test kits to verify sanitizer is at correct concentration.->Staff stated they will use the main dishwasher in the warewashing area until this dish machine is repaired

Therefore, when working with highly susceptible or immune compromised populations, pasteurized eggs should always be used in dishes which call for raw eggs (e.g., chocolate mousses). Place egg in a 135°F (57°C) water bath for at least 1 hour and 15 minutes (Schuman et al., 1997). Pasteurized intact eggs can be stored and used just like raw eggs eggs, fish, lamb, pork, poultry or shellfish is offered raw or the items are served raw or undercooked, or contain (or may contain) raw or *If your establishment serves a Highly Susceptible Population (elderly, children, immunocompromised, etc.), exclude employees experiencing th All permitted food establishments in the Municipality of Anchorage must adhere to the Anchorage Food Code (AMC 16.60) and the adopted sections of the 2005 FDA Food Code. This booklet is intended to be used as a guide for food workers in both regular facilities and temporary facilities. Section AMC 16.60.220 of the Anchorage Food Cod In addition, no bare hand contact with ready-to-eat food is allowed when serving a highly susceptible population, per the Nebraska Food Code. Use gloves, tissues, tongs or other utensils to create a barrier between your hands and the food item. EXCLUSION People with the following should not prepare or serve food

Chapter 3 - Food - Southern Nevada Health Distric

  1. Examples may include retail food store operations, schools not serving a highly susceptible population, and quick service operations. Limited menu. Most products are prepared/cooked and served immediately. May involve hot and cold holding of potentially hazardous foods (TCS foods) after preparation or cooking
  2. the food must be: §. (a) discarded if the temperature of the food exceeds 70 degrees F (21 degrees C); P1 or. §. (b) cooked and served, served at any temperature if ready-to-eat, or discarded within a maximum of 6 hours from the time the food is removed from 41 degrees F (5 degrees C) or less cold holding temperature control; P1 and. §
  3. Eggs: Eggs are deposited in small clusters of up to four eggs (Ellers-Kirk and Fleischer 2006) about 5 cm into moist cracks in the soil within a ~15 cm diameter around the base of the stem (Duval 1994). The oval-shaped eggs are yellow or orange, averaging 0.60 mm long x 0.36 mm wide, and are characterized by a textured surface (Houser and.
  4. g a food employee

Substitute pasteurized eggs and egg products for shell

must reach a temperature of at least 165°F for 15 seconds. Reheating should be done quickly, and the food must reach this temperature within two hours. e. Holding Food can become contaminated after preparation or cooking if it is not handled safely and held at the right temperature. It is a must to keep cold food cold, and hot food hot t Raw unpasteurized egg Caesar dressing Raw oysters Sushi Steak or Tuna tartar Examples of Undercooked foods includes: Burgers cooked to order Steaks cooked to order Eggs cooked to order Rare Prime Rib * Pasteurized eggs (liquid or in-shell) and whole intact muscle steaks do NOT require a consumer advisory. Disclosure must: 1

Certifying Board for Dietary Managers (CBDM) - FDA Food Cod

Ketchup single serve packets and individually packaged cutlery observed placed on top of food in trays ready to be served inside warmer (left side). CODE REFERENCE: 64E-11.003(2). Food shall be protected from sources of contamination and stored in a clean, dry location at least 6 inches above the floor Download the Chicago Municipal Code that outlines all of the requirements that food establishments must meet: City of Chicago Municipal Code (chapters 4-8, 7-38, 7-40, and 7-42) and the Chicago Board of Health Rules and Regulations. Attend a free Inspection workshop geared towards new businesses, offered once a month by the Department of. A food employee may not use a utensil more than once to taste food that is to be sold or served. 7. No Discharge from Eyes, Nose or Mouth Raw shell eggs must be received refrigerated and at an ambient air temperature of 45 F or less; Facilities that specifically care for highly susceptible populations such as assisted living facilities.

is used, the operator must be able to explain the system to inspector. The inspector may verify employees understand and use the system. • Consumer Advisory: Raw and partially cooked animal food may be served provided the food establishment serves a population that is not highly susceptible, and a consume For people in highly susceptible populations, listeriosis can be particularly dangerous. Neonates, young children, seniors over the age of 65, pregnant women, or people with compromised immune systems are more likely to develop listeriosis and have more severe complications such as blood infections, meningitis, convulsions, miscarriage, and. 3. Will ingredients for cold ready-to-eat foods such as tuna, mayonnaise and eggs for salads and sandwiches be pre-chilled before being mixed and/or assembled? YES/NO. If not, how will ready-to-eat foods be cooled to 41°F? _____ _____ 4. Will all produce be washed on-site prior to use? YES / NO. Is there a planned location used for washing. • Consumer Health proposes to adopt the assessment used by the State of Texas, Department of Health Services to determine frequency of inspections based on the following, and categories and scoring weight: • Type of food preparation (up to 35 points) • Food served or sold (up to 30 points

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