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Principles of Cleaning and Sanitation in the Food and Beverage Industry

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by Guillermo Etienne
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Principles of Cleaning and Sanitation in the Food and Beverage Industry by Guillermo Etienne

Food safety is one of today's major concerns. One important factor in food safety is cleaning and sanitation of the equipment used in the food, dairy, beverage, brewery and hospitality industry. Cleanliness is a relevant factor; the public consumes more and more prepared or semi-prepared foods. The consequences of contamination can be catastrophic for the public and the economic and legal implications for the producer can be devastating. There have been several large and medium size enterprises bankrupted by a national recall of their contaminated products.

This ebook was prepared with the practical and technical experience of many years working on real cases, improving in general the cleanliness and sanitation of the equipment where the food or beverage was prepared and packed. Know and apply these principles and you will reduce costs and improve cleanliness and sanitation. It is complemented with more than 50 spreadsheets of the most useful and used calculations. It includes an updated bibliography and important commercial references.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 399
Size: 5.6 MB
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.
Date published:  Sep 2006
ISBN: 9780595852710 (PDF)

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Nonfiction > Cooking > Courses & Dishes
Nonfiction > Cooking > Beverages
Nonfiction > Health & Fitness > Safety

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