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Health Educators

Everyday Food Safety Resources – Tools for health educators and health care practitioners to engage young adults in safe food practices

Food Safety in Your Kitchen - Safe food handling information for home chefs, professional chefs, and recipe writers

Pregnant Women - Food Safety Advice for women who may become pregnant, women who are pregnant, nursing mothers, and young children 

Students & Teachers - Tools for educators and parents to help guide young children and teens toward a healthier lifestyle

Fight BAC!® Campaigns - Safe food handling information for consumers

For the Hispanic Community - Bilingual materials addressing food safety issues of particular concern to the Hispanic Community

Science & Our Food Supply - Bring Food Science into Your Middle & High School Classrooms

Food Safe Schools Action Guide - A one-stop resource for preventing foodborne illness in the school environment

Consumer Food Safety Educator Evaluation Toolbox and Guide - Tips, tools, and examples to help consumer food safety educators plan, develop, and evaluate their programs and activities

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National Food Safety Education Month® (NFSEM)

Restaurants and foodservice operations, hospitality associations, colleges and universities, federal, state, and local government agencies, and consumer organizations participate in this September observance.

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Foodservice: Be Safe, Don’t Cross-Contaminate

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