Readying Your Recall Reactions

Key Area 2, Operations, Receiving & Storage, Code 2530
June/July 2020

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 1. If almond extract is used in a food item, but is not cited on the label, this is considered ____.


    

2. Common food pathogens include ____.

 
    

3. Contamination is mostly likely to happen on the farm, making packing and processing plants the safest places for food products.

 
    

4. The safety of most poultry items is monitored by the ____.

    

5. A Class III recall could result in severe health problems or death.

 
    

6. Prior to a food recall, a district-level ____ should be designated to receive recall alerts.

 
    

7. Food distributors have the sole responsibility for product traceability.

 
    

8. Once a recalled food is found in your inventory, you should ____.

 
    

9. If a recalled product was served, there’s no need to check inventory for remaining product.

  
    

10. Some announced recalls may have no impact on your school meal program.

 
    

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