Food Preparation Regulations


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What should the internal temperature of poultry be when it is safe to eat?

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1. When serving food, what temperature should hot food be kept at in order for it to be safe?

2. Cold food should be stored at a maximum temperature of _____ degrees F.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Review your understanding of how to safely prepare and serve food according to food preparation regulations with a quiz and worksheet combo. You'll assess what you know about the correct temperature for serving and keeping food and proper hand washing techniques.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The intent of this quiz and worksheet is to review what you know about:

  • What internal temperature poultry should be cooked to
  • The minimal temperature hot food should be maintained at to keep safe
  • Maximum temperature cold food should be kept at
  • Proper techniques of hand washing for food preparers

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - review what you read about food preparation to answer questions about the proper temperatures to keep food safe
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about the Temperature Danger Zone and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - see if you can remember keys to proper handwashing

Additional Learning

You'll find a deeper explanation of this topic in the lesson, Food Preparation Regulations. This lesson covers more information about:

  • Who oversees food preparation regulations
  • Three categories of regulations
  • What can happen if food isn't kept at proper temperatures
  • What cooking does to foods
  • Proper internal temperatures for different types of foods
  • Basic dress and hygiene habits of a food preparation worker
  • Regulations on cleanliness
  • What cross-contamination is