Mary Anne is an Associate Professor of Food Microbiology in the Department of Animal Science at the University of Connecticut. She is a veterinarian with a MS and PhD in Food Microbiology and Safety. Her research primarily focusses on food safety and gut health. Specifically, her research is targeted towards understanding pathogen survival and persistence along the food chain, their virulence...
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Small-scale producers may find it difficult to assess which food safety training is right for them. This factsheet provides an overview of training resources.
In this episode, Produce Safety Technicians Micah Hutchison and Landen Tetil talk about certain food contact surfaces that may be unintentional and how you can keep these areas clean.
In this episode, you'll hear from Olivia Smith, a postdoctoral researcher at Michigan State University, and Phil Tocco, an MSU Extension Educator. They discuss the factors that influence the relative risk of birds to food safety.
This episode features Emily Hale, Produce Safety Technician with the Blue Water Conservation District, Jordan DeVries, Produce Safety Technician with the Newaygo Conservation District, and Ben Phillips, MSU Extension Educator. They talk about their experiences with On-Farm Readiness Reviews and discuss areas of improvement they see most commonly on farms when it comes to produce safety.
This food safety checklist can help you assess food safety risks at an aquaponics facility.
The North Central Food Safety Extension Network (NCFSEN) began with representatives from several states in the North Central Region in 2016 during a meeting convened by Extension program leaders held in Chicago, IL. Since that time, the network has grown to include representatives from all 12 states in the region.
Le tomará aproximadamente 30 minutos para completar esta capacitación interactiva. Este curso proporciona información relacionada con mejoradores del suelo y ejercicios cortos para evaluar su conocimiento del material.