Food Safety News - July 12, 2018 Feds get a little queasy over new Seattle policy to disclose active investigations

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Feds get a little queasy over new Seattle policy to disclose active investigations

By Dan Flynn

SALT LAKE CITY  — Public Health – Seattle & King County currently report under “active investigations”  a "bacterial toxin" associated with Lahori Kabab-n-Grill in Kent, WA and a Shiga toxin-producing E. coli outbreak associated with I Love Sushi and Sodexo's Cafe Mario, both located in Redmond, WA. Those are routine reports for Public Health- Seattle-King... Continue Reading

Conceptual Change Model(ing) the way for future food safety education

By Kelsey M. Mackin

Culturally-targeted Messages and Methods: the Next Generation of Food Safety Education Strategies–one of the final sessions of IAFP 2018–heard several food safety pioneers discuss working programs for increasing the knowledge and practice to span cultural differences. Dr. Julie Albrecht, University of Nebraska, and Dr. Sinley, Metropolitan State University, discussed the role of a conceptual change in the... Continue Reading

IAFP wraps up Salt Lake City meetings with suggestion for a movie

By Dan Flynn

SALT LAKE CITY — A college student went to the microphone after Target Corp.’s Ann Marie McNamara finished the John H. Silliker Lecture on “Heros Past and Future” with a suggestion. “We should make a movie!” said the student who got away before we could get her name. She was an example of just how... Continue Reading

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