Partnership For Food Safety Education
Rating: 4.96 stars 135 135 reviews
2345 Crystal Drive Suite 800 Arlington VA 22202 USA
The Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE), saves lives & improves public health through research-based, actionable consumer food safety initiatives that reduce foodborne illness.
The Partnership's Fight BAC! campaign was developed using public opinion research and expert scientific and technical review. FightBAC! provides extensive free materials for consumers and for those who teach others about basic safe food handling through 4 key steps: Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill. To learn more visit www.fightbac.org or www.teamfoodsafety.org
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PFFSE provides a excellent educational information of a great value easy to understad and put it in action. Galo Medina.
Personal and helpful, even to a new member who requests insight and feedback. I wrote a blind email inquiring about all kinds of things and someone got right back to me and answered my questions, advised how to get involved AND suggested how they could help me. The overall purpose of this group, to educate on food safety, is worthy in itself. But to be able to provide a face with a name and an individual, communicate not via a mass e-mail shows the commitment the Partnership for Food Safety Education has to its mission as well as to its members and advocates. Mary Angela Miller, KeepSafeFood
As researcher in topics related to the Sustainability Theory, the issue of food safety emerged as the tip of the iceberg. Accordingly, the role of non profits such as Partnership for Food Safety Education is crucial. Prof. C Calcador
The Partnership for Food Safety Education is a wonderful organization dedicated to providing education to consumers about the importance of food safety. I believe that food safety is a topic that most people do not discuss. The Partnership for Food Safety has been an invaluable resource for my organization. We provide food safety training to caregivers of older adults, a population which is vulnerable to food-borne illness, and use many of the resources provided by the Partnership for Food Safety Education to teach safe food handling, preparation, and storage. The webinars and blogs published by the Partnership for Food Safety are very informative and the Partnership does a great job incorporating the experiences and practices of community members across the country. My agency has had the honor of being features twice this year in their national blog and given the opportunity to present our teaching strategies to board members of the Partnership for Food Safety this past May. The Partnership for Food Safety is doing a great service by spreading the word about such an important topic and our agency looks forward to working with them in the future.
Great information for me to pass along to my students as a Middle school Foods and Nutrition teacher! Plus, great to pass along to fellow staff members too.
A great site for educating the public on food safety. As an educator, I count on sites like The Partnership for Food Safety Education to pass on to my students in Dietary Management who then pass on to their employees!
Factual information is provided using research-based knowledge. This group is trying to reach youth to adults to help prevent food borne illness. Excellent on line resources for teachers and others
This organization is an excellent source of food safety information for consumers and public health educators. It's food safety materials and messages
are accurate and easy to use.
PFSE provides professional offerings to keep myself, an educator, up to date on food safety. They also provide teaching tools that can be used with a variety of audiences.
PFSE sends helpful emails regularly with updates on available information, videos, web events, and more. Text and content are easy to read without being overly simplistic -- appropriate both for professionals and consumers, and graphics enhance messages without being too silly or distracting. I know I can tap into this site for reliable, current facts and figures about food safety to share with friends, family, co-workers, and clients. In addition, I enjoy hearing about opportunities for earning Continuing Education credits through occasional learning activities. I am grateful that PFSE is available as a resource I can access easily and can trust for scientific validity.