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Jang Ho Kim, Extension Food Safety Specialist

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875 Perimeter Dr. MS 1052
Moscow, ID 83844-1052

Phone: 208-885-6972

Email: janghok@uidaho.edu

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Lesson 8 — Chill Out: The Importance of Cold Temperatures in Food Safety

The goal is to understand the importance of cold temperatures in the handling and storage of food.

Objectives

  • Recognize that foodborne pathogens do not grow but can survive at freezer temperatures, and that they do not grow, or grow very slowly, at refrigeration temperatures.
  • Describe acceptable methods for thawing.
  • Identify the safe temperature for cold holding.
  • Describe the proper method of cooling foods for storage.

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Contact

Jang Ho Kim, Extension Food Safety Specialist

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Dr. MS 1052
Moscow, ID 83844-1052

Phone: 208-885-6972

Email: janghok@uidaho.edu

Web: uidaho.edu/rsfs

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