Canada is the second-best country to live and work because it provides numerous opportunities for both skilled and unskilled workers. In Canada, one of the most sought-after career streams is food service worker. However, effortless and easy going the food industry may sound, yet each individual needs to undergo professional training and acquire knowledge about “How the food system works in Canada?”
To share more insight, I would like to elaborate with an example – suppose, you are involved in selling food at a convenience store. As you are selling food item you are responsible to check and ensure the food is safe to eat. In order set a standard, The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has imposed federal guidelines for food safety for both domestic and international food.
Anyone and everyone in food supply chain, in other words from food preparation to final packaging everyone is responsible – cook/baker, handler, packer, supervisors, managers and even the crew member are responsible for food safety. If you are working but you are unaware of activities, you should take care of, then it could be a big problem for you. Because the mistakes such as cooking at wrong temperature, wrong temperature of freezer or do not aware when to stop using toppings or veggies can happen which can spoil the food.
Food Safety regulations refers to practices and activities that maintains the quality of food without any contamination. Such as the meat section should always be different than the vegetarian section. Otherwise, it would count as food contamination.
Bitts International Career College is offering both diploma course and certificate course for handling food safely. You can enroll in next session by contacting at firstname.lastname@example.org