Self-Service Areas

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Self-Service Areas

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Under what condition is a label NOT required for bulk unpackaged food in a self-service area?

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Which food items can be displayed in a self-service area without packaging, sneeze guards, or a display case to protect them from contamination?

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In which situation is it acceptable to offer raw, unpackaged meat, poultry, or seafood for self-service?

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How can food be protected from contamination in self-service areas?

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What temperature does the cold food in a self-service area need to be held?

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Food in self-service areas needs to be labeled with its name. Where can the name of the food be written so that it’s visible to guests?

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Norovirus can spread easily in a self-service area when guests use dirty plates and utensils to refill. What can you do to prevent this?

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Bulk food offered in self-service areas must be labeled in a way that is easily seen by guests. What is an acceptable way to show the label?

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When can raw and unpackaged meat, poultry, or seafood be offered to guests for self-service?

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Why should food covers be used in self-service areas?

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What temperature does the hot food in a self-service area need to be held?

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What kind of food does NOT need to be protected from contamination in a self-service area as other foods do?

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How can cross-contamination be avoided in self-service areas?

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Why do guests need a clean plate and utensils each time they refill in a self-service area?

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How can you ensure guests get clean plates and utensils each time they refill in a self-service area?

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Sneeze guards protect food from contamination while it’s displayed in a self-service area. What else can protect food from contamination while displaying it?