Safe Food Handling for Canada

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Foodborne illness is usually the result of improper food handling during the process of cleaning, storage, cooking, or reheating of food. In fact, every year, 1 out of every 8 Canadians is affected with a communicable disease resulting from poor food handling (Government of Canada, 2016). Preventing the spread of bacteria in the handling of food is especially important in a long-term care facility. You must know why safe food handling is important and how to properly handle food to prevent the spread of bacteria and foodborne illness.

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Foodborne illness is usually the result of improper food handling during the process of cleaning, storage, cooking, or reheating of food. In fact, every year, 1 out of every 8 Canadians is affected with a communicable disease resulting from poor food handling (Government of Canada, 2016). Preventing the spread of bacteria in the handling of food is especially important in a long-term care facility. You must know why safe food handling is important and how to properly handle food to prevent the spread of bacteria and foodborne illness.

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