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Q: Explain why surfaces, utensils and equipment must be clean before beginning a new task
A: Surfaces, utensils, and equipment must be clean before beginning a new task to avoid cross contamination from foreign material, bacteria or fungi that might have developed over the utensil while it was not under usage.
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User: Explain why surfaces, utensils and equipment must be clean before beginning a new task

Weegy: Surfaces, utensils, and equipment must be clean before beginning a new task to avoid cross contamination from foreign material, bacteria or fungi that might have developed over the utensil while it was not under usage.
khare1005|Points 35|

User: explain the importance of clearing and disposing of food waste promptly and safely

Weegy: it reduces the development of bacteria - bacteria grows quickly on foods that are not refrigerated, and then it can linger on the surfaces after they are wiped off, [ thereby leaving possibility of contaminating future foods put there.If food is left on dishes or surfaces too long, clean them with a Chlorox solution to kill bacteria, or run dishes through dishwasher with extra hot water. It also prevents insects from invading! Plus, it helps the kitchen look better! You can find more answers on thsi website: ]
yeswey|Points 748|

User: explain the importance of storing different types of food and drink safely

Weegy: The importance is to keep bacteria from getting in the food and also so that it does not spoil.
mrs.lovely87|Points 90|

User: explained when hands must be washed to maintain food hygiene

User: describe practises to control hazards when preparing and serving food and drink

Weegy: Keep the surfaces of the prep area and your hands clean at all times. Cover your hair with something. Additional Details added 9 months ago 1. Prevent contaminating food with pathogens spreading from people, pets, and pests. 2. [ Separate raw and cooked foods to prevent contaminating the cooked foods. 3. Cook foods for the appropriate length of time and at the appropriate temperature to kill pathogens. 4. Store food at the proper temperature. 5. Do use safe water and cooked materials. ]
dennis003|Points 944|

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