Food Safety Jeopardy Game Rules. FOOD PATHOGENS. MORE FOOD PATHOGENS. FOOD HANDLING. FOOD SAFETY METHODS. CONRTOL MEASURES. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.
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Infection may lead to hemolytic uremia syndrome (HUS) characterized by severe anemia and kidney failure in 2 to 7 percent of the cases of this food pathogen.
What is characterized by severe anemia and kidney failure in 2 to 7 percent of the cases of this food pathogen.E. coli 0157:H7?
Produces a toxin that causes a disease characterized by muscle paralysis.
What is muscle paralysis.clostridium botulinum also known as botulism?
Outbreaks occur when large quantities of food are prepared several hours before serving and then served at room temperature or from an improperly heated steam table.
What is several hours before serving and then served at room temperature or from an improperly heated steam table.Clostridium perfringens?
Causes serious problems for pregnant women and can grow slowly at refrigerator temperatures.
What is slowly at refrigerator temperatures.Listeria monocytogenesbacteria?
Poor hygiene, especially improper hand washing, are causes of this foodborne illness.
What is of this foodborne illness.Shigella?
Lives in the tracts of animals, birds and humans and is commonly found in poultry, unpasteurized milk, and undercooked eggs.
What is commonly found in poultry, unpasteurized milk, and undercooked eggs.Salmonella?
Food handlers are the main source of contamination of this bacteria.
What is humans.Staphylococcus aureus?
A parasite found in the intestinal tracts of humans.warm-blooded animals.
Common cause of diarrhea in travelers to developing nations and children in daycare facilities.
What is humans.Cryptosporidium parvum?
What is humans.Campylobacter jejuni?
Are found naturally around us, including those that cause foodborne illnesses.
What are foodborne illnesses.bacteria?
“Sell By” foodborne illnesses.
date on perishable products.
What is found on perishable products in the store and means do not purchase the product after that date?
What is a consumption. microwave?
Place this on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator away from fresh produce.
What is the correct way to store uncooked meat? fresh produce.
Choose these that are free of dents, cracks, rust, fresh produce.or bulging lids.
What is the proper way to choose canned food? fresh produce.
Do this when you are cutting raw meats and raw vegetables during food preparation.
What is wash in hot soapy water after each use? during food preparation.
The only way to be sure food is cooked properly. during food preparation.
What is use a during food preparation.food thermometer?
What is the symbol for food irradiation? during food preparation.
Taking out of the freezer and placing in the refrigerator. during food preparation.
What is during food preparation.correct way to thawfrozen food?
Do this to during food preparation.left-over food.
What is during food preparation.storing perishable foodin the refrigerator?
Do this if you do not know if the food in the refrigerator or pantry is safe to eat.
What is or pantry is safe to eat.“When in doubt, throw it out”?
What is use an properly.food thermometer?
160 properly.º F.
What is the proper properly.internal temperatureof cooked ground meats?
Do this to prevent properly.foodborne illness when going on a picnic.
What is pack properly.perishable food on ice?
20 seconds properly.
What is the amount of time you should wash your hands before handling food?
Proper temperature to store cold foods. handling food?
What is below handling food?40º F.?