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100

How many people need to be infected for an illness to be considered an outbreak?

Two or more people 

100

What are the Virus types of Pathogens?

Hepatitis A, Norovirus 

100

Which contaminant comes primarily from human error?

Physical

100

What is the source of salmonella typhi?

Humans 

200

What are 2 places contaminants come from?

Air, contaminated water, dirt, fecal matter, animals used for food...

200

What are the temperatures that bacteria grows the fastest on food?

70 degrees fahrenheit to 125 degrees fahrenheit

200

Name 2 ways how food can become unsafe

purchasing food from unsafe sources, failing to cook food properly, holding food at incorrect temperatures, using contaminated equipment

200

What is the source of Nontyphodial salmonella 

Farm animals 

300

What are 2 examples of pathogens?

Shigella spp, Salmonella Typhi, Nontyphodial Salmonella, Hepatitis A, Norovirus

300

What are the different categories of contaminants?

Biological, Chemical, Physical

300

What are 4 examples of TCS foods?

Milk, fish, baked potatoes, sprouts and sprout seeds, shellfish, pultry, shell eggs

300

What is the source of Shigella spp

feces 

400

What are the bacteria types of pathogens?

Shigella app, SAlmonella Typhi, Nontyphodial Salmonella, E coli

400

Which type of contaminant is the greatest threat to food safety?

Biological 

400

What are the high risk populations?

Elderly people, preschool-aged children, people with compromised immune systems

400

What is the source of E-coli 

intestines of cattle 

500

What are the conditions for bacteria to grow?

Food, acid, temperature, time, oxygen, moisture 

500

What are the temperature perameters for keeping food safe?

41 degrees fahrenheit to 135 degrees fahrenheit

500

What are the conditions for bacteria to grow 

Food, acidity, temperature, time, oxygen, moisture

500

What is the source of Hepatitis A

Feces 

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