Suppliers and Manufacturers

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Suppliers and Manufacturers

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Why can’t a food service operation offer food prepared in a private home?

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How can you know when there is a Food Recall Notice for a product you use in your operation?

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How do suppliers become approved reputable suppliers?

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Why is purchasing plants, mushrooms, and seafood from approved, reputable suppliers critical to preventing illness from biological toxins?

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How can you make sure your purchases are safe?

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What are the requirement for the chemicals you use and store in your operation

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What can help ensure the safety and quality of your operation’s food?

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Who should you request recent inspection reports from for review?

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What kind of suppliers should you purchase the products you use in your operation?

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Who’s inspection reports should review these areas?

• Receiving and storage
• Processing
• Shipping
• Cleaning and sanitizing
• Personal hygiene
• Staff training
• Recall program
• HACCP program or other food safety system

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What is it called when you are notified by a vendor and asked to return or discard a specific food item that you may have purchased?

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Make sure your equipment is working correctly by checking it yourself regularly. But only allow qualified people to perform the regular maintenance of your equipment. How can you arrange this?

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Who does ServSafe recommend developing relationships with and knowing their food safety practices?

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Why do mushrooms need to be purchased from approved, reputable suppliers?

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How can you prevent parasites from causing foodborne illnesses?

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Which suppliers must meet all applicable local, state, and federal laws?

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Which is a prevention measure for viruses?

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Which areas should be addressed in a suppliers inspection reports?

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A supplier’s inspection reports can be from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or an authorized third party. What should the reports be based on?

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What must be followed when disposing of chemicals?

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Why does ServSafe suggest that you, or your operation’s owner, consider meeting and developing relationships with your suppliers?

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Make sure to check the concentration of a sanitizer solution with the correct test kit for the type of sanitizer being used. Where can you be sure to get the right test kits?

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What should a supplier’s inspection reports be based on?

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The inspection reports of an approved, reputable supplier should address these areas:

• Shipping
• Processing
• Staff training
• Recall programs
• Personal hygiene
• Receiving and storage
• Cleaning and sanitizing
• Food Safety Management Systems

Which is an example of a Food Safety Management System?

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How can parasites be prevented from causing foodborne illness?

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How will you know if a product you purchased is recalled by the manufacturer?

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Your operation may have a list of suppliers based on company specifications, standards, and procedures. What is the only kind of supplier that should be included on this list?

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What must be done before you accept a delivery?

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Your suppliers must be inspected by the USDA, the FDA, or an authorized third party. How can approved, reputable suppliers prove this?

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Where can the parasite cryptosporidium parvum be found?

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Which parasites can be prevented from causing foodborne illness by purchasing from approved reputable suppliers?

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You should consider reviewing inspection reports when choosing suppliers for your operation. The reports need to address these areas:

• Shipping
• Processing
• Recall program
• Staff training
• Personal hygiene
• Receiving and storage
• Cleaning and sanitizing
• Food safety management system

Who should have performed the inspection of your supplier?

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How can an operation prevent parasites from causing foodborne illness when serving raw or undercooked fish?

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Which of these does an approved, reputable supplier need to have?

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How can illness from Biological Toxins be prevented?

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What kind of supplier meets all applicable local, state, and federal laws?

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How do you know when the manufacturer recalled a food product used in your operation?

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What is required for an approved reputable supplier?

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What kind of suppliers does food need to be purchased from?

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What is an approved supplier?

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Instructions for what to do with the recalled item will be in the vendor’s notification or the recall notice. What might you be instructed to do with it?

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Suppliers can attach tags to packages that monitor time and temperature during shipment and storage. An irreversible color change appears on the tags to alert when the product has been time-temperature abused. What are these tags called?

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Some thermometers are NOT designed to be calibrated. What must be done with these thermometers when they lose their accuracy?