Full Color Motivational Safety Poster 18″ x 24″ Laminated
Follow the Path to Safer Food
Keep Cleanâ— Wash your hands before handling food and during food preparation.â— Wash your hands after going to the restroom.â— Clean and sanitize all surfaces and appliances used for food preparation.â— Protect your kitchen and food from insects, pests and other creatures.
Separate Raw and Cookedâ— Separate raw meat, poultry and seafood from other foods.â— Use separate appliances and utensils for handling raw foods.â— Store food in separate areas to avoid contact between raw and prepared foods.
Cook Thoroughlyâ— Cook food thoroughly, especially meat, poultry, seafood and eggs.â— Boil soups and stews to make sure tat they have reached 158ÂºF. For meat and poultry, make sure that the juices are clear, not pink. Use a thermometer.â— Reheat cooked food thoroughly.
Keep Food at Safe Temperaturesâ— Do not leave cooked food at room temperature for more than 2 hours.â— Refrigerate quickly all cooked and perishable food (preferably below 41ÂºF).â— Keep cooked food hot (more than 140ÂºF) prior to serving.â— Do not store food too long even in the refrigerator.â— Do not thaw frozen food at room temperature.
Use Safe Water and Raw Materialsâ— Select fresh food especially fruit and meat.â— Wash all fruits and vegetables with clean water, especially when eaten raw.â— Do not use food beyond its expiration date.