Food Safety (your notes should focus on underlined information). Contamination vs. Cross-contamination. Contamination The presence of harmful substances not originally present in the food. Cross-contamination When harmful substances are transferred from one surface or food to another.
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- Found everywhere
- Reproduce by cellular division (double every 20 minutes)
- Need moisture to reproduce
i.e. e. coli, salmonella
- Need a living host to reproduce
i.e. hepatitis A
- need a living host to survive
i.e. tapeworm, trichinosis
Treatment for mild cases
Treatment for severe cases