The foodservice industry has strict standards concerning the temperature of foods. Why do you think this is important? What are the potential consequences of not following these standards?
The health of a person cannot be taken lightly, and depending on each time, it is decided whether the food needs cool temperature or hot. This is done to retain the quality of that item, for preservation.
by TheCraftyPens 6 years ago
Do you respect your child/ children? How much?As elders, we 'expect' respect from our children/ youngsters. But do we respect them back? Do we get down to their level and try to understand what they have to say? How many times have we overlooked a child's need to speak out? Are we really respecting...
by nelsonmichaelr 6 years ago
Help QuestionAs an employee in a bakery, you are responsible for preparing everything in the shop prior to opening. Today you overslept and are running late. You call a coworker and ask if he or she can fill in for you untill you arrive. Why is this important to do so.
by Gail Meyers 5 years ago
I have a set of related hubs that are no longer showing up in Google search results, at all. What is showing up is multiple blogs and sites that have copies my hubs. It appears they did give credit, even if in some cases it is a small link at the very bottom of a very long post (which...
by Cristale Adams 3 years ago
When did you mature?Do girls really mature faster than boys? Have you matured? When did you mature? What made you mature?
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