In a nutshell: This page provides answers to how to handle certain types of food that need extra care, including rice, pulses, shellfish, fish, pooled eggs, deep-frying oil and edible ice.





Pooled eggs

Deep-frying oil

Edible ice

In addition to the above ingredients, there are other foods that require extra attention from food handlers to prevent food poisoning. Here are some examples below; if the industry needs to make these foods, it must be able to demonstrate that they are doing it safely. The CFS has produced a number of food safety guidelines to facilitate food businesses to produce safe foods. Click here for more.

Example foods include: egg products, sandwiches, frozen confections, siu-mei, lo-mei, sushi/sashimi, burgers, poon choi, oysters intended for raw consumption.

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