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How To Banish Bacteria In Your Domestic Or Workplace Kitchen

01st November 2012
This article, which is supported by two other articles about E.coli, is primarily aimed at people who are engaged in working in food preparation areas, either at home or at work. You will learn, as you progress through this article, it is imperative that ... Read >
Author: Paul

Commercial Kitchens Have to Comply With Two Sets of Regulations to Protect Staff and Customers

06th June 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Alison Withers Catering organisations of all sizes have to pay attention to hygiene in order to protect customers’ health and therefore business, but there is considerable confusion between the rules of food hygiene and the rules o... Read >
Author: Ali Withers

Salmonella and Campylobacter in the Maldives

26th May 2011
Campylobacter and Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks have been reported in the Maldives by holidaymakers returning to the UK. Typical symptoms of Campylobacter include severe diarrhoea, often with blood, severe stomach cramps and vomiting and the illn... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Compensation claim for food poisoning in Cuba

23rd March 2011
Did you know you can make a compensation claim in the UK for food poisoning in Cuba providing the illness was caused by the negligence of the tour operator? Hundreds of cases of food poisoning and holiday illness have been reported by holidaymakers ret... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Peristaltic pump - china CP-60 Current Probe - 12PSB Test Bench manufacturer

28th July 2010
Applications Peristaltic pumps are typically used to pump clean/sterile or aggressive fluids, because cross contamination cannot occur. Some common applications include pumping IV fluids through an infusion device, aggressive chemicals, high solids slurr... Read >
Author: longger

Pharmacy Automation for Pharmacy Technicians

21st May 2010
The pharmacy industry is quickly becoming automated for certain tasks, which makes life so much easier for pharmacy professionals. It also cuts down on human error, and saves time because it's so much faster. Besides the timesaving element, it also saves ... Read >
Author: David Shedd

How long before your celiac child will recover on his gluten-free diet

18th December 2009
Ever since your child was recently diagnosed with celiac disease, you've been working hard to manage his gluten-free diet (http://GlutenFreeHelp.info). This has required some adjustments, but you're managing your child's gluten-free diet fairly well, lear... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

CoSHH Management - How to Store Chemicals

16th December 2009
It is crucial that chemical products are stored in compliance with CoSHH regulations as this article emphasizes. It looks at how workers health can be affected by inefficient procedures when using chemical products. There are certain simple procedures ... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

How to Avoid Salmonella When Preparing Chicken

13th February 2009
Recently, the risks of Salmonella, in particular from eating chicken, have been mentioned so much on TV most people would have thought that incidences of infection to have reduced to almost zero. Sadly this is not what has happened. For regular chicken ea... Read >
Author: rwakefield

Smoked Chicken Breasts in Ham and Chicken Handling Safety

28th November 2006
4 ea Large chicken breasts 1/4 ts Chili powder Skinned and boned 1/4 c Flour 1/2 ts Garlic salt 2/3 c White wine 1/2 ts Paprika 1/2 lb Thin sliced baked ham Cut chicken breasts into strips about 1" wide. Place in smoker and smoke for approxim... Read >
Author: Lina Swanson
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