Food safety has become even more crucial globally in the current era of health challenges. More resilient food businesses and healthier lives are promised by safer food. With Safe Haus Group’s range of value-added antimicrobials and food safety solutions, as well as our considerable scientific experience, we will be helping you to keep your food items fresher, safer, and longer.
What is the purpose of food safety?
Protecting consumers of food products from foodborne illnesses or accidents associated with food intake is the primary goal of food safety. As a result of poor food safety, food businesses face grave danger from foodborne diseases that impact everyone in the world.
Benefits of Food Safety Solutions:-
- Systems of traditional food management are reactive to food dangers.
- However, a food safety solution uses a preventative strategy to reduce food dangers.
- A food safety solution recognizes the industry’s obligations to food safety.
- The drawbacks of conventional food management methods, such as end-product testing and inspection, are minimized by a food safety plan.
- A food safety plan boosts customer trust in the brand’s goods.
- Food poisoning is less likely when there is a food safety plan in place.
- Over time, a food safety plan reduces manufacturing costs associated with wasted raw materials and food recalls.
Food Safety Guidelines by Safe Haus Group:
1. Use safe water and ingredients
Choose fresh, healthful foods; water that has been treated to make it safe; food that has been processed for safety, such as pasteurized milk; wash produce before eating, especially if it’s raw; Never consume food after it has expired.
2. Keep your hands, utensils, and surfaces clean
Wash your hands after using the restroom, before handling food, and frequently while preparing meals. Also, keep all surfaces and tools used in the kitchen clean and free of pests like mice and flies.
3. Cook food thoroughly
Food should be fully prepared, especially meat, poultry, eggs, and shellfish; soups and stews should be brought to a boil. Make sure the fluids from meat and poultry are clear rather than pink, and thoroughly reheat any prepared meals.
4. Keep food at safe temperatures
Never keep prepared food out at room temperature for longer than two hours; immediately place all cooked and perishable food in the refrigerator (ideally at or below 5°C); prior to serving, maintain cooked meal blazing hot (greater than 60°C); Don’t keep food in the fridge for too long, and don’t let frozen food get to room temperature to defrost.
5. Separate raw from cooked food
Separate raw meat, poultry, and fish from other foods; handle raw foods with special tools and utensils such as cutting boards; prevent interaction between raw and cooked meals, keep food in containers.
With all the food safety guidelines you can truly trust us for Food Safety Solutions at Safe Haus Group. If you wish to avail our Food Safety Service for a high-end good food experience get in touch with us.