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Health Educators

Information on food safety and nutrition education resources and materials

Health Educator’s Nutrition Toolkit – Resources to teach consumers how to use the new Nutrition Facts label and make informed choices at the store, at home, and while eating out

Nutrition Education – Tools and materials on the Nutrition Facts label, menu labeling, and more

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

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

Teachers and Students - Nutrition and food science curriculum for middle and high school classrooms

Young Adults - Tools for health educators and health care practitioners to engage young adults in safe food practices

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

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

Infographics on Nutrition and Food Safety Topics - An easy-to-understand overview of each topic

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

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

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