SANITATION TIPS FOR FOOD WORKERS November 18th, 2017
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Food Talk is a quarterly newsletter designed to help food managers convey vital food safety information to their food workers. It is a ready-made education and outreach tool used by health departments and businesses with food handling staff. The content reflects the recommended practices in the latest edition of the FDA model Food Code.

 

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Sanitation tips for food workers!
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Victoria Griffith

Victoria Griffith

“Food Talk is a wonderful tool to enhance any food safety program. The key to food safety awareness and information retention is to constantly train and talk to staff members about food safety topics. You have to keep it fresh and fun! Food Talk comes quarterly and is full of great topics that you can use at pre-shift meetings on a daily basis. “

- Victoria Griffith, CP-FS, Certified Professional for Food Safety, President, Griffith Safety Group, Inc.
Griffith Safety Group