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Effects of Periodic Visiting Education Support on Nutrition and Hygiene Practices at Center for Childeren`s Foodservice Management -Focus on Ulsan Area-
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Effects of Periodic Visiting Education Support on Nutrition and Hygiene Practices at Center for Childeren`s Foodservice Management -Focus on Ulsan Area-
Lee, Jee Hye;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this current study was to examine the effects of nutrition and food safety management support by the Center for Children`s Foodservice Management (CCFSM) in foodservice facilities for children in the Ulsan area. From December 2014 to July 2015, the status of nutrition practices and hygiene practices was assessed by dietitians using nutrition and hygiene practice checklists. The subjects of study were 48 institutional foodservice facilities for children. Some nutrition practice items showed significant increases in average scores of `using CCFSM menus (P<0.001), revising menus (P<0.05), and reconfirm menus (P<0.01)` from pre-support to post-support. Regarding hygiene practices, some items between pre-support to post-support showed significant increases in average scores of `having equipment for hand washing & disinfecting` (P<0.01), `wearing disinfected clothing for kitchen hygienically` (P<0.05), `proper sterilization` (P<0.05), `recording the origin of ingredients` (P<0.01), `use of different knives/cutting boards` (P<0.05), and `an appropriate thawing process` (P<0.05) from pre-support to post-support. Based on the above results, we found that nutrition and hygiene management support by CCFSM in foodservice facilities for children had a positive influence on status of some nutrition and food safety practices.
 Keywords
foodservice facilities;visiting education program;nutrition practices;hygiene practices;pre-supporting;post-supporting;
 Language
Korean
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