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DAY 1. Buckle Up with Food Safety Lecture Series. 119 Food Technology Agriculture Technology Department Plymouth High School. Food Safety. Illness: caused by germs being spread. Spread by Money Doorknobs Railings Common drinking cups Others

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buckle up with food safety lecture series

DAY

1

Buckle Up with Food SafetyLecture Series

119 Food Technology

Agriculture Technology Department

Plymouth High School

food safety
Food Safety
  • Illness: caused by germs being spread.
    • Spread by
      • Money
      • Doorknobs
      • Railings
      • Common drinking cups
      • Others
    • Food is a great vector to harbor pathogens.
food safety1
Food Safety
  • Food poisonings and infections
    • Symptoms: violent illness of the stomach and intestinal tract. Termed gastroenteritis.
    • Caused by bacteria
    • Some release toxins that disrupt the digestive tract when swallowed
  • Other food poisoning agents
    • Mercury in fish
    • others
food safety2
Food Safety
  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
    • Most cases reported in food related sicknesses
      • Improper holding temperatures
      • Poor personal hygiene
      • Inadequate cooking
      • Contaminated equipment
      • Food source is unsafe
food safety3
Food Safety
  • Cross-contamination with ready-to-eat foods
    • Hands touch raw foods
      • Poultry and red meat
    • Surfaces:
      • cutting boards and cleaning cloths
    • Dripping fluids
food safety4
Food Safety
  • People most at risk
    • Young children
    • Pregnant women
    • Elderly
    • And chronically ill people
  • A healthy immune system can fight food bourn illnesses
sanitation
Sanitation

Personal

Wash your hands

Hair nets

Beard net (men)

Equipment

Utensils

Machinery

Surfaces

Floors/walls

Why is sanitation important?

?

what things in our food make us sick or worse die
What “things” in our food make us sick or worse…die?
  • Activity
  • Stump The Teacher
  • DIRECTIONS: Work with your partner to complete the question. You get 120 seconds to form your answers. One member may come up to the board and write your answers.
  • PURPOSE: To know why we sanitize our work space and ourselves!
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What “things” in our food make us sick, or worse…die?

  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Viruses
  • Parasites
  • They Cause:
    • Spoilage of foods
    • Food borne toxins
    • Food borne infections
    • Viral borne infections
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Food borne

Diseases

Staphylococcal food poisoning

Salmonellosis

Shigellosis

Listerosis

Campylobacteriosis

Vibrio infection

Cholera

Giardiasis

Amebiasis

Coliforms

Botulinum toxin

Perfringen food poisoning

Mycotoxins

Trichinosis

E.coli O157H7

Hepatitis A virus

slide11

Assignment for Tuesday

5 pts

If you want to email me your information, I can put it into this ppt for you to talk from.

Must be sent before 6:30am on Tuesday for me to use it.

[email protected]

  • Pick a food borne disease
  • Be ready to give a brief presentation
    • Include the following items in the presentation
      • Scientific name of microorganism causing the disease
      • Photo (if able)
      • Source of Illness
      • Symptoms
control of microorganisms
Control of Microorganisms
  • pH
  • Oxygen
  • Moisture availability
  • Nutrient availability
  • Storage temperature
    • Psychrotrophic: tolerate low temps
    • Thermotropic: tolerate high temperatures
slide13

Microorganism

Growth Curve

Log Phase

Stationary

Phase

No. of Organisms

Lag Phase

Death Phase

Time

Common Sigmoid Curve

what are the government agencies that relate to food processing
What are the Government Agencies that relate toFood Processing?
  • Activity
  • Stump The Teacher
  • DIRECTIONS: You can work with a partner. You get 30 seconds to form your answers. One member may come up to the board and write your answers.
  • PURPOSE: To understand all the people involved in policies writing and enforcement.
government agencies
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
  • USDA-United States Department of Agriculture
  • www.usda.gov
  • FSIS- Food Safety and Inspection Service
  • www.fsis.usda.gov
  • FDA-United States Food and Drug Administration
  • www.fda.gov
  • EPA-United States Environmental Protection Agency
  • www.epa.gov
things to remember during the semester
Things to remember during the semester!

Processing

Handling

Critters in the work space

Cleaning

Sanitizing

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Ponder this question every day you are making food products!

How will you make sure the food products you make this semester are safe for you and your classmates to consume?

end of day 1 week 2
END OF DAY 1, Week 2
  • Assignment Due Tuesday!
  • Tuesday:
    • Presentations of Food borne Diseases
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