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The Assessment of Food Safety Practices and the Effect of Visiting Education on Food Safety Improvement in Children`s Foodservice Facilities
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The Assessment of Food Safety Practices and the Effect of Visiting Education on Food Safety Improvement in Children`s Foodservice Facilities
Paik, Jae-Eun; Lee, Hyun-A; Bae, Hyun-Joo;
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This study was conducted to investigate food safety management practices at children`s foodservice facilities and evaluate the effect of visiting education by Center for Child-care Foodservice Management (CCFSM) for food safety improvement. The subjects of evaluation included child care centers (84.3%), kindergartens (7.8%), and community child centers (7.8%). Facilities by foundation types were private (70.6%), public (19.6%), and corporation (9.8%). The average score of food safety evaluation was 84.09 points. The total score of food safety evaluation of community child center was significantly lower than that of child care center and kindergarten (p<0.01); and the total score of public facilities was higher than that of private facilities. Furthermore, 35.9% of evaluation items showed performance higher than 90%, while 15.4% showed performance less than 60%. The item with lowest performance was `washing and disinfection of fruits and vegetables (26.5%)`. Results of one-way ANOVA of food safety evaluation score by the frequency of visiting education indicated that the evaluation score of the third session significantly increased from the first and second sessions. In addition, the result of two-way ANOVA showed that both foodservice type (F
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