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After preparation these foods need to be kept either hot above 140

After preparation these foods need to be kept either hot above 140

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After preparation, these foods should be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

After preparation, these foods need to be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit

After preparation, these foods need to be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit

After preparation, these foods should be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

After preparation, these foods need to be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit

After preparation, these foods must be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

After preparation, these foods must be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

After preparation, these foods should be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

After preparation, these foods must be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

After preparation, these foods need to be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit

After preparation, these foods need to be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit

After preparation, these foods must be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

After preparation, these foods must be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

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After preparation, these foods should be kept either hot (above 140 degrees Fahrenheit)

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... keep hot foods hot - above 140°F- and cold foods cold - below 40°F. Perishable food should not be held in this temperature range for more than 2-3 hours ...

Perishable foods must be kept either cold or hot. In order to prevent bacteria from growing in your food, keep hot foods hot - above 140°F- and cold foods ...

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