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Features: Coaching Employee Behaviors

Coaching and routine employee observations are vital for keeping product, workers, and consumers safe

Features: Cultivating New Credentials in Cyberspace

A growing number of graduate degree programs devoted to food safety and quality are springing up on the Internet

Features: The Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance

Beyond a basic FDA-recognized curriculum, the FSPCA will be expected to develop training modules for specific food types

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News: Don’t Wash That Chicken!

About 90 percent of home cooks believe that they should be washing raw poultry before cooking it to help reduce the risk of foodborne illness, according to scientists at Drexel University in Pennsylvania.As most food safety experts know, washing poultry may actually increase the risk of cross contamination in the kitchen.

Features: Fresh Approaches to Food Safety Training for Grocers

Technology training platforms allow grocery employees to achieve proper safety policies, procedures, and behaviors

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