Developed by Partnership for Food Safety Education, the “Fight BAC! at Picnic Park” program helps kids, parents, and teachers get involved in learning about preventing food poisoning. It includes the Perfect Picnic game for iPhones and iPads and informational materials to help teach important food safety basics. The Partnership for Food Safety Education is supported by the Food Marketing Institute, Grocery Manufacturers Association, NSF International, the Produce Marketing Association, and ServSafe, among other industry associations, professional societies in food science, nutrition and health, and consumer groups.
Subscribe to the Wiley Food Science, Quality & Safety eNewsletter!
Get the latest food industry news delivered directly to your inbox. Sign up is free and easy!
You Might Also Be Interested In
The FDA’s online learning module is designed to better assist the seafood industry, retailers, and state regulators in properly labeling seafood products in the U.S. marketplace. Offered on the FDA’s website, the module includes a summary of specific laws, regulations, guidance documents, and other materials pertinent to labeling seafood. It also offers tips for identifying… [Read More]
The new guide, Produce Traceability For Dummies by Todd Baggett from RedLine Solutions, helps grower-shippers to understand produce traceability requirements and how to implement them in their own companies. The book provides insight into several topics surrounding produce traceability including the Produce Traceability Initiative, government regulations, choosing a traceability solution, and what to do in… [Read More]
The National Environmental Health Association’s newest credential is the Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety credential, which was instituted largely as a response of FSMA to educate food safety professionals in the new regulations. Holders of the credential are required to demonstrate expertise in how to assure food is safe for consumers throughout the manufacturing and… [Read More]