This book is based on the need for a sound education and training in food hygiene and sanitation for personnel employed in the food industry. It lays emphasis on the practical aspects of developing, implementing, evaluating and managing a sanitation program that seem to be lacking.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. The Nature of Microorganisms 3. Nutrient Requirements and Growth of Microorganisms 4. Effect of the Physical Environment on Microorganisms 5. Food-Borne Illnesses and Food Spoilage 6. Cleaning and Sanitising Chemicals 7. Cleaning Procedures 8. Water Treatment 9. Effluent Treatment 10. Other Aspects of Sanitation Programs 11. Management of Sanitation Programs