Partnership for Food Safety Education

Let the celebrations begin! September is National Food Safety and National Food Safety Education Month. To mark this year’s events, the non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education(PFSE), in collaboration with Drexel University and New Mexico State University, has launched “Don’t Wash Your Chicken,” an educational program aimed

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The non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education is looking for applicants for two different fellowships — the Evaluation Fellowship and the Food and Tech Council Fellowship. The application deadline is Feb. 28.

The non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE) is the creator and steward of Fight BAC!®, a consumer
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PHOENIX — Many people say a huge part of the burden of food safety depends on consumers, but a key takeaway from a session here today was that consumers can’t practice what they haven’t been taught. The presentation was part of the annual meeting of the International Association for Food
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The Partnership for Food Safety Education has scheduled its Consumer Food Safety Education (CFSE) Virtual Conference for March 9-12, 2021. It is the only conference in the U.S. dedicated to consumer food safety education.

The conference convenes research experts and community-based health and food safety educators across the U.S. who

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According to an analysis by the Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE), academia, public health agencies and schools are the most active sources of food safety education in the U.S. PFSE commissioned North Carolina State University to conduct the survey to identify the organizations most involved with food safety education,
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