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describe the main points of food safety in a social care setting
the main point of food safety in social care setting is" PUBLIC PROTECTION" Discovering a foreign object in food is not a pleasant experience but fortunately not all pose a serious risk to health. Many incidences are purely isolated and accidental, and in these cases the companies responsible are often only too pleased to help.
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the main point of food safety in social care setting is" PUBLIC PROTECTION" Discovering a foreign object in food is not a pleasant experience but fortunately not all pose a serious risk to health. Many incidences are purely isolated and accidental, and in these cases the companies responsible are often only too pleased to help.
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