UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA FINAL EXAMINATION
COURSE COURSE CODE EXAMINATION TIME
FOOD HYGIENE HTF110 APRIL 2009 3 HOURS
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
This question paper consists of five (5) parts :
PART A (20 Questions) PART B (20 Questions) PART C (20 Questions) PART D (5 Questions) PART E (2 Questions)
Answer ALL questions from PART A, B, C, D and only ONE (1) question from PART E. i) ii) iii) Answer PART A in the True/False Answer Sheet. Answer PART B in the Objective Answer Sheet. Answer PART C, D and E in the Answer Booklet. Start each answer on a new page.
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This examination paper consists of 12 printed pages
© Hak Cipta Universiti Teknologi MARA CONFIDENTIAL
CONFIDENTIAL PART A TRUE and FALSE
Shade the letter T if the statement is True and 'F' if the statement is False on the True/False Answer Sheet. 1. Some possible causes of foodborne illness come from Salmonella. Hepatitis A and Trichinella Spiralis.
Foodborne illness occurs when people get sick from eating food that contains more fiber, carbohydrate and meat.
Food can become contaminated with germs during the cooking and preparation process.
Germs can grow on foods held at temperatures between 41 °F (5°C) and 175°F (57°C).
Bacteria, viruses and parasites are some of the examples of microorganisms that can cause a foodborne infection.
Potentially Hazardous Food (PHF) is a term for food that is capable of supporting the rapid and progressive growth of harmful germs.
The food flow begins with checking products...