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© CommNet 2013 Education Phase 2 How is food kept safe?
© CommNet 2013 Safe food What does it mean? Food that can be eaten without causing us harm or making us unwell.
© CommNet 2013 Unsafe food What could make food unsafe? Decay which may produce harmful bacteria; Contamination caused by chemicals or objects getting into the food. Insects and pests which may spread disease;
© CommNet 2013 Growing food safely using sprays against insects and diseases; Farmers care for their crops so they are safe to eat, by: follow special rules about spraying to make sure crops are safe to eat, e.g. when to spay and how much to use; storing harvested crops in a clean place at the right temperature.
© CommNet 2013 Rearing food safely Farmers care for the animals so their meat, milk or eggs are healthy and safe to eat, by: making sure they have food and fresh water; checking they are well and treating any problems they have. making sure they have a comfortable place to rest;
© CommNet 2013 Transporting food safely Food is transported in different ways to keep it safe to eat: milk travels from the farm to where it is processed in a chilled tanker to keep it cool; soft fruit is packed carefully to avoid it becoming damaged and rotting. eggs are transported carefully to prevent damage to the shells which may allow bacteria to get in to the egg;
© CommNet 2013 Keeping food safe in the shops How is food kept safe in shops and supermarkets? Food is stored correctly to make sure it is at the best temperature to keep it fresh. Food is checked and monitored in storage and when it is displayed in the shop or supermarket. Storage areas are kept clean and tidy.
© CommNet 2013 Keeping food safe at home How can we make sure our food at home is safe to eat? We can… check the date marks on food packaging; cook food properly. store food correctly, e.g. in a refrigerator;
© CommNet 2013 Preparing food safely How can we make sure our food at home is safe to eat? We can… wash our hands before handling food; prepare food hygienically in a clean area; cover and refrigerate leftover foods.
© CommNet 2013 Education Phase 2 How is food kept safe?
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