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What are the definitions of input, process and output?
Input = Ingredients/Materials used, Process = Method used, Output = Final product
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What are the precautions taken during the food process? (P.S.P.C.T.S)
P = production, S = Storage, P = Preparation, C = Cooking, T = Transportation, S = Serving
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What checks need to be made when a product gets into production?
Quality of ingredients, Working to product spec, Size, thickness, Quantities, Shape, Texture, Colour, Uniformity
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How can you show quality control is achieved?
Stages in food production (what happens), Thinking about checks and how to carry out, describe checks, show how to correct problems
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What are the advantages of standard food components?
Advantages: Constant qualitites, Size, Shape, Flavour, Less time more money saved
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What are the precautions taken during the food process? (P.S.P.C.T.S)

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P = production, S = Storage, P = Preparation, C = Cooking, T = Transportation, S = Serving

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What checks need to be made when a product gets into production?

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How can you show quality control is achieved?

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What are the advantages of standard food components?

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