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Knowledge and practice of food safety of processors at some collective kitchens in Viet Yen industrial park district, Bac Giang province in 2022

Tran Duy Hien Ninh Thi Nhung Pham Thi Dung Pham Thi Kieu Chinh
Received: 02 Feb 2024
Revised: 25 Mar 2024
Accepted: 25 Mar 2024
Published: 29 Jun 2024

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Tran Duy Hien, Ninh Thi Nhung, Pham Thi Dung, Pham Thi Kieu Chinh. "Knowledge and practice of food safety of processors at some collective kitchens in Viet Yen industrial park district, Bac Giang province in 2022". Vietnam Journal of Food Control. vol. 7, no. 2 (en), pp. 144-153, 2024
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Abstract

Food safety in industrial park at collective kitchens depends greatly on the knowledge and practices of food processors. This study describes the knowledge and practices of food safety of processors at some collective kitchens in Viet Yen industrial park district, Bac Giang province in 2022. The results show that the general knowledge pass rate is 82.7%; including 100% knowledge about when to wash hands; Wear a mask, keep physical distance, infectious diseases are not allowed to participate in food processing. The overall practice pass rate is 82.7%; the highest scores were in working attire, hygienic practices in preparing and dividing food, compliance with using cutlery and cutting boards for separately cooked raw foods, and compliance with epidemic prevention measures at collective kitchens. Food safety knowledge and practices of processors at some collective kitchens industrial zones in Viet Yen district, Bac Giang province all passed a rate of over 80%. It is necessary to strengthen the organization of training, dissemination, and full updates of the State's regulations on food safety for people directly processing in industrial park at collective kitchens.

Keywords:

Food safety, collective kitchens, knowledge, practice.

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