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OK. I'm sure someone will say that I'm wrong (I know who it will be too), but I'll explain it the way I learned in NSF certification. It's really kinda simple, for the most part.

Those handling food that is then going to be cooked don't need gloves. You should still however wear gloves if you are handling food that will be cooked, but not in that shift you are working.

Those handling food that is going to a plate to be served need to be wearing gloves.

Anyone with absolutely no knife-handling skills, who is still handling a knife, should wear gloves; those anti-cut your fingers off gloves.

I hope that helps.
 

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You wear glove when you are handling food going to a plate. That’s it. ... NO question.
 
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