Basem’s Story Solidified His Learning

One of the best ways to solidify the new strategies you learn is to apply them and teach them. Basem Boutros is a CFSEC2017 scholarship student who explains how he applied his new learning from the conference to a story in his life and…

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…

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…

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,…

Mobile Food Safety in Memphis—Meet BAC Fighter Jean Bridges!

We Fight BAC, Inc. of Memphis, Tennessee is a program developed by BAC Fighter Jean Bridges.  Her program started as a USDA Summer Food Service Program, providing a daily meal and snack for Memphis’ disadvantaged children.   Latch-key Kids Need the Core Four During…

Food Safety Trivia Isn’t Trivial!

Jennifer Jackson of Anne Arundel County Maryland, Department of Aging and Disabilities, shares a BAC Fighter success story from the Older Americans Month Health and Wellness Fair they attended. Her department set up a table on food safety which included Chelsea the Chicken,  a…

From Low-Riding to High-Achieving “Jeremy”— A Food Safety Success Story

BAC Fighter Jean Bridges of Memphis sent us this inspiring story of her employee, “Jeremy.” In June of 2014, her organization started its’ USDA Summer Food Service Program, serving a free nutritious lunch and snack to more than 2,000 kids a day. They needed…

A Rubber Chicken and a Food Safety Lesson Learned

Jennifer Jackson is a BAC Fighter with Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities in Annapolis, Maryland. Their newsletters, which contain food safety tips, reach an estimated 12,000 family members, caregivers, managers, nurses, and assisted living facilities. The department also has active and…

Fight BAC Football Flyer

Check out this flyer on how to make your Food Safety Game Plan on Game Day.