There is a need to get the basics right and make more time for training, according to findings from an annual survey about food safety.

The eighth global food safety training survey involved Campden BRI, Intertek Alchemy, BRCGS, BSI, Intertek, SGS, SQF, and TSI.

Responses were received from more than

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Veteran farmers and small produce farmers are among the food producers who can benefit from special food safety training paid for with $10 million in new grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 

Through the grants, administered by the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), growers, ranchers and
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Nigeria is attempting to improve food safety with a range of training materials.

The Federal Ministry of Health launched a unified food safety training manual for capacity building of food vendors, handlers, manufacturers and personnel in the food supply chain in the country.

The aim is to address gaps and
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