These BAC Fighters Don’t Reinvent the Wheel!

Elisa Shackelton, Extension Specialist, Colorado State University and Carla Opp, Workforce Development and Quality Improvement Coordinator- Jefferson Public Health use the resources on Fightbac.org to spread the word about food safety to their communities in different ways. Elisa finds that researched-based Fightbac.org resources are…

Joanna’s Hands-On Food Safety Education

Food safety is a key concept learned in classes taught by Joanna Fedor, Family and Consumer Science Teacher at Northridge High School in Greeley, Colorado. Joanna moves her students from little or no knowledge of  hand hygiene basics to a working knowledge of the…

BAC Fighters Dive Deep into Food Safety!

We are still feeling the high energy of CFSEC2017. Both in-person and remote attendees are letting us know how valuable they found the information and presentations. To enrich your experience even more- we have pulled out some key resources that you may have missed…

Three Ways BAC Fighters Can Boost Outreach

Whether you attended the CFSEC2017 or not! The late January 2017 Consumer Food Safety Education Conference- Advancing Food Safety Though Behavior Change showed what a  powerful force for preventive health we are! The conference shined a bright light on the outstanding work of BAC…

Take a Fresh Look at Frozen Foods this Holiday Season

Dr. Donna Garren,  Senior Vice President of Regulatory and Technical Affairs, Frozen Food Foundation In honor of the holiday season, the Frozen Food Foundation invites you to take a fresh look at frozen foods and follow the four easy steps in the Story of…

5 Top Food Safety Tips for the Holidays and Every Day

Mike Robach, Vice President, Corporate Food Safety and Regulatory Affairs, Cargill  Holiday parties are a staple this time of year. I’m in the midst of planning several for friends and family right now. With my job focused on preventing foodborne illnesses, I believe one…

Food Safety Tips from a 150 Year Old Expert

Andrew Eccles, Nestlé in the United States Nestlé has been around for a while now – 150 years in fact – so we’ve learned a thing or two about food safety. We also make sure we keep our work as fresh as we keep…

Story of Your Dinner is a Hit in West Virginia!

Elaine Tiller, Nutrition Outreach Instructor with the West Virginia Family Nutrition Program in Princeton knows her way around a food safety class. Raising Awareness of Home Food Safety Steps She found the Story of Your Dinner video (storyofyourdinner.org) to be an effective tool for…

Fighting BAC with Clean, Reusable Bags

Lynn Nakamura-Tengan is an Extension Educator at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Lynn and her team at the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources developed and disseminated information on Germ-free Reusable Bags (GRUB) through the Nutrition Education for Wellness website, Hawaii county…

The 10 Home Food Safety Myths and Facts you should be aware of!

Over the years we have all heard advice related to food safety.  Some of this advice rings true, while other guidance is just plain wrong!  The Partnership launched Home Food Safety Mythbusters in 2009 to debunk common food safety myths and to give you,…