Instructors of Certified Food Managers
Cross Contamination Pictures

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1. Cross Contamination (raw animal product not separated from RTE animal product) in walk-in cooler.

2. Cleaning of non-food contact surfaces (mold on handsink); maintain plumbing in good repair (leaky handsink); environmental contamination.

3. Probable cross contamination; condensate has dripped onto plastic food storage bags in a walk-in freezer. 4. Equipment In poor repair (leaky condenser in walk-in cooler); unprotected food (uncovered food stored on floor under leaking condenser).
5. Mold from handsink faucet. 6. Cross contamination (raw chicken in contact with raw beef, raw chicken above RTE sauce); cleaning of non food-contact surfaces (dirty cart); un approved food-contact surface (cart).
7. Cross contamination (raw animal product next to cooked or par-cooked animal product). 8. Cross contamination (raw animal product stored over RTE foods) in walk-in cooler.
9. Cross contamination (raw animal product stored over RTE foods) in walk-in cooler. 10. Possible cross contamination (probable raw animal product stored over RTE sauce) in walk-in cooler.
11. Unprotected food (dripping in from condenser in walk-in cooler); equipment in poor repair; not easily cleanable (duct tape not approved surface). 12. Equipment in poor repair (walk-in freezer door).

 

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Updated Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 09:58AM