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Retail-Foodservice Food Safety Consortium.

Through a USDA/CSREES grant, NEHA is collaborating with Utah State University to establish a Retail-Foodservice Food Safety Consortium (RFSC). RFSC will help facilitate communication from the national to the local level and contribute to improving food safety throughout the nation. One of the many ways NEHA is contributing to this effort is through a RFSC Learning Laboratory "listening" session during its 2008 AEC & Exhibition in Tucson titled, "Food Safety Training & Education Needs? Speak Up!" For more information on this project, please contact Vanessa De Ar-man, Food Safety Specialist, at vdearman@neha.org or at 303-756-9090, ext. 311.
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Publication:Journal of Environmental Health
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Date:Jun 1, 2008
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