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Tasteless, colorless and odorless—some microorganisms found in raw fresh foods, including fresh fruits and vegetables, can cause food poisoning. Food poisoning disproportionately affects our most vulnerable populations—including young children, older adults, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems. There are simple things consumers can do at home to reduce the risk of food poisoning linked to fresh fruits and vegetables.

Please use this colorful and approachable system of FREE materials to help you teach smart produce-handling practices that make everyone a ProducePro.


ProducePro Educational Materials from Fight BAC!®

Download FREE tools and teach others in your community about how they can reduce their risk of food poisoning.

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Download ProducePro Powerpoint presentations.


Brochures and Handouts

Download materials. 


Downloadable Graphics 

Use FREE ProducePro graphics on ProducePro Materials.



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BAC Fighter Field Report:

Atlanta Kroger Co. Stores Add Culinary Flair to Food Safety Education

Food thermometers and recipes are a perfect match for eager customers. 


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