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What is the function of proteins in the body?
Growth and repair of the body.
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What food is a good source of protein?
Eggs
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What is the function of carbohydrates in the body?
Energy
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What are starch and sugar types of?
Carbohydrate
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Which type of fat comes from an animal source?
Saturated
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What food is a good source of fat?
Butter
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What food is a good source of vitamin C?
Fruit
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What is the function of vitamin D in the body?
Needed for strong teeth
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What is the function of iron in the body?
Formation of red blood cells
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What food is a good source of calcium?
Milk
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What is the purpose of adding starch to a sauce?
to thicken a sauce
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What is aeration?
Incorporating air
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State a way of preserving food
Pickling
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What does enrobing mean?
Coating a food with another ingredient
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Why would egg be added to a biscuit mixture?
To bind it
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state a finishing technique
Browning
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state an example of a foam
Whipped Cream
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state an artificial adative
food colouring
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Why might salt be added to a food?
to preserve a product.
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What is a food with a pH of 7 called?
Neutral
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state an acidic food
Lemon
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Why is vinegar added to meringue?
To give it a soft texture.
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Lemon juice is often put on fruit, like apples. Why is this?
To prevent it discolouring
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What temperature is a home freezer normally set at?
-18°C.
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Bacteria in frozen foods are what?
Dormant
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What temperature should foods be reheated to?
72°C.
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What is the first stage when developing a product?
The brief
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What is concept screening?
Deciding which ideas meet the specification and should be tested further.
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What is the purpose of the manufacturing specification?
to find out if a specific characteristic is different in two products.
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Which kind of checks inspect flavour, texture and aroma?
Organoleptic checks inspect flavour, texture and aroma.
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what is a check to ensure that no health hazard is present in food?
microbiological
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Why is food packaged?
to preserve, promote and transport the product.
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Which material is most commonly used for packaging baby foods?
Glass
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Which material is most commonly used for packaging soup?
Metal
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Modified-Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) is used for what product?
smoked fish
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What is recyclable packaging?
packaging made of materials that can be used again, usually after processing.
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What is biodegradable packaging?
Packaging that will easily break down in the soil or the atmosphere.
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For a can of baked beans, what type of packaging is the can?
Primary packaging
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what does NOT have to be printed on a food label by law?
Price
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what is excluded from having to display the weight of the product?
Bread
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The Food Standards Agency have divised a way of making it easier for consumers to know nutritional content. What is this called?
Traffic light system
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What are things that affect people's lifestyle called?
social factors
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What are ethical factors?
things that can be seen as morally right
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What does fair trade mean?
Aiming to give farmers fair prices and better working conditions
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What does organic food mean?
Growing food without the use of chemical fertilisers or pesticides
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What is the name given to foods that come from animals that are allowed to roam freely?
Free range
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What is diabetes?
where blood sugar is higher than normal
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What is coeliac disease?
an intolerance to gluten which is found in foods containing wheat
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Why is fibre needed in a healthy diet?
to help maintain a healthy digestive system
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What are healthy diets high in?
startchy foods
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What are healthy diets low in?
sugar
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What is the name given to production lines controlled by computers?
Computer Aided Manufacture
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state an input in a food-manufacturing production system
Ingredients
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Which method of production is likely to be used for baking buns, loaves and cakes in a bakery?
Batch production
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what's NOT classed as physical hazard in a food product?
Pesticide
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which method of production is likely to be used for making packet pizzas?
Continuous-flow production
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What type of machine is used for slicing or cutting food products so that they are consistently the same size?
A centrifuge
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what type of machine is used for adding the exact amount of food into a number of containers at the same time?
A depositor
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What is an example of a Critical Control Point (CCP)?
Cooking times and temperature
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