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[Nutritional hygiene. 3. Respect for hygiene (1)].

Prieur M.
PMID: 254333
Soins. 1979 Jan 05;24(1):49-54.

No abstract available.

Food loss and cost control.

Clemence E.
PMID: 234889
Dimens Health Serv. 1975 Apr;52(4):12, 14.

No abstract available.

Health foods.

Bender AE.
PMID: 379875
Proc Nutr Soc. 1979 May 01;38(1):163-71. doi: 10.1079/pns19790022.

No abstract available.

Salmonella: what it is--and isn't.

Pennel E.
PMID: 309114
J Nurs Care. 1978 Nov;11(11):20-1.

No abstract available.

Food production relationships between entrée combinations and forecasted demand.

Matthews ME, Waldvogel CF, Mahaffey MJ, Zemel PC.
PMID: 670615
J Am Diet Assoc. 1978 Jun;72(6):618-21.

Macro elements and values for associated Time Measurement Units were applied to three classifications of entrées to synthesize production time for 100, 300, and 500 portions. Average handling and process time for each classification and time per portion were...

[Study of hygienic properties of aminoplast KFA 5].

Petrova GA.
PMID: 1427168
Gig Sanit. 1992 Feb;(2):56-7.

No abstract available.

[Bacteriologic quality of the prepared dishes in cafeterias].

Mouffok F, Lebres E, Makhlouf B.
PMID: 1309140
Arch Inst Pasteur Alger. 1992;58:247-54.

In this work, we reports results of bacteriologic analysis of 352 cooked meals (vegetables, meats, desserts). Although, 32% of analysed samples are bacteriologically good, 68% are contamined either by S.P.C but potentially dangerous either by pathogenic bacteria involved in...

[International programs for providing food safety].

Magdzik W.
PMID: 2813822
Przegl Epidemiol. 1989;43(2):164-71.

Food is one of more important carriers by which factors polluting the environment (especially biological and chemical ones) can be introduced into a human organism. The problem of diseases spreading by food has not been sufficiently studied. It is...

[Current complex work with regard to conducting sanitary control of food-handling departments at industrial plants].

Vullo II, Lokhina GA, Lazarev VF, Romanova NV, Lovkov SN.
PMID: 2965067
Gig Sanit. 1987 Dec;(12):69-70.

No abstract available.

Comparative study of visual inspections and microbiological sampling in premises manufacturing and selling high-risk foods.

Tebbutt GM, Southwell JM.
PMID: 2558030
Epidemiol Infect. 1989 Dec;103(3):475-86. doi: 10.1017/s0950268800030880.
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The possible relationship between the results of a microbiological sampling programme and visual inspections carried out in local food-manufacturing premises was examined. Using five main parameters - overall appearance, personal hygiene, risk of contamination, temperature control, and training and...

Investigation of a food-borne outbreak of salmonellosis among hospital employees.

Opal SM, Mayer KH, Roland F, Brondum J, Heelan J, Lyhte L.
PMID: 2662825
Am J Infect Control. 1989 Jun;17(3):141-7. doi: 10.1016/0196-6553(89)90201-0.

An explosive outbreak of Salmonella enterocolitis developed in 27 hospital employees in an acute-care community hospital in Rhode Island in 1987. Salmonella typhimurium was isolated from the stools of 19 employees during the outbreak. In each patient the implicated...

Microbiological food safety.

Jay JM.
PMID: 1571082
Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 1992;31(3):177-90. doi: 10.1080/10408399209527567.

No abstract available.

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