This week’s infosheet focuses on a two recent outbreaks at community dinners and highlights some of the problems that can be associated with these events and how to control them. For more information on community events check out a post from last week. You can use these infosheets as a training supplement or post them above handwashing sinks, by the schedule or other high traffic areas in a food production area.
Roping Roundup" in Arizona and "Beast Feast" in Alabama linked to over 100 cases of foodborne illness
Community dinners can provide great fun and food experiences but because they may be at temporary sites, food
preparation, storage and transport can be problematic.
What you need to worry about in a kitchen at a group dinner:
Download the infosheet here.