May 22, 2013
In a day and age where budget cuts are happening everywhere and impacting all of us, to have an organization such as the Partnership for Food Safety Education -- which provides FREE resources and educational tools that are actually fun and geared specifically for high risk populations (children and the elderly, plus general education), the info they provide is priceless. It can be utilized by teachers, daycare staff and government employees (such as myself). I attended a farmers market event last weekend and brought multiple handouts from the Partnership's website on topics, including the flyers/handouts from their website covering food recalls and "steps to safer fruits and vegetables." The materials were distributed to hundreds of consumers and many commented on how useful the information was to have. I couldn't agree more! I'm grateful to have them as a resource I can utilize for multiple facets of my work in the food safety arena on a statewide level.
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