Flow of food product - [email protected]

Flow of food product - MohdFaizalSaaidin@city.edu

Flow of food product LEARNING OUTCOME In this chapter, information will be presented about: Unique characteristics of foodservice Flow of food Form of food purchased Types of foodservice systems Conventional

Centralized (Commissary) Ready-Prepared Assembly-Serve Advantages and disadvantages of each type of foodservice system food product flow the alternative paths within a foodservice operation that food and menu items may

follow, initiating with receiving and ending with service to the customer Flow of food types of foodservice based on production

conventional, Commissary (centralize), ready prepared, Assembly serve. 1)characteristics of conventional foodservice

foods purchased in various stages of prep; production, distribution & service completed on same premise; foods are held hot or cold and served as soon as possible Eg :independent restaurants, schools/colleges, hospitals/health care facilities, in-plant employee feeding

advantages vs. disadvantages of conventional foodservice quality control, adaptability, flexibility, minimal freezer storage space & distribution costs vs. meal period demands/stressful workday, varying work days creates suffering productivity, difficulty scheduling workers (overlapping shifts)

characteristics of ready prepared foodservice foods purchased like conventional but menu items are produced & held chilled/frozen until heated for serving (not immediate); 2 different inventories (storage upon receipt, distribution upon production chilling); HACCP required; readily available menu items at any moment methods used in ready prepared foodservice

cook-chill (partial cooking, rapid chilling, held, then reheated); cook-freeze (partial cooking, rapid freezing, held then reheated); enhancements --> sous vide (food sealed in plastic pouches & chilled, reheated in boiling water), capkold (food cooked high temp, sealed in plastic, chilled w/o further heat treatment); retort (special pouches to withstand temp & pressure of retort

advantages vs. diasadvantages of ready prepared foodservice minimally skilled employees (reduces production labor costs), increased consistency in quality of products, balanced equipment use, menu variety, managerial control vs. food safety & quality concerns w/ reheating, requires special space- and energy-consuming,

expensive equipment to chill/freeze examples of ready prepared foodservice large volume institutions, centralized commissary chain set ups, airlines, correctional institutions, supermarkets, quick service restaurants (not really schools, hospitals)

characteristics of commissary foodservice centralized procurement/production facilities w/ distribution of prepared menu items to remote areas for final prep & service (central commissaries vs. satellite service centers); storage occurs in bulk or individual portions advantages vs. disadvantages of commissary foodservice

cost savings (large-volume purchasing, reduced duplication of labor/equipment), increased supplier competition & cooperation, volume discounts, high efficiency vs. control of packaging & storage of food, specialized equipment for packaging/storing/distributing, food safety in transportation, high initial costs of constructing commissaries & purchasing transportation equipment; highly skilled personnel

examples of commissary foodservice schools, and secondary schools often serve as the base for distributing out to elementary schools; also, airline caterers, franchised/chain restaurant organizations, vending companies characteristics of assembly/serve foodservice when menu items are purchased already

prepared, requiring minimal cooking before service (no onsite food production; kitchenless kitchens); only storage, assembly, heating & service performed here advantages vs. disadvantages of assembly/serve foodservice built in labor savings (dec personnel & skill), lower procurement costs, minimal equipment

& space requirements, reduced OC for gas, electricity and water vs. availability of foods for modified diets (limited menu & regional appeal), lack of individuality, increased freezer/storage requirements examples of assembly/serve foodservice hospitals, healthcare institutions, restaurants

centralized vs. decentralized service when plates or trays are assembled in an area close to production before being distributed vs. when food is distributed in bulk quantities for tray assembly in an area close to service (ie galley in hospital wing); combo is used; associated with conventional reference

http://nfsmi.org/documentlibraryfiles/PDF/20080212032 530.pdf Unklesbay, N.F., Maxcy, R.B., Knickrehm, M.E., Stevenson, K.E., Cremer, M.L.,& Matthews, M.E. (1977). Foodservice systems: Product flow and microbial quality and safety of foods. (North Central Regional Research Publication No.245). Columbia, MO: University of Missouri-Columbia College of Agriculture,Agriculture Experiment Station. Unklesbay, N. (1977). Monitoring for quality control in

alternate foodservice systems. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 71, 423-428.

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