Food Safety on the Move

Food Safety on the Move Flyer  If you’re on the move with food, remember these food safety tips: Bring soap to wash hands. Always wash hands before and after handling food. Soap and water is best – hand sanitizer will do if running water isn’t…

Grill Master

A true “Grill Master” always knows to clean, separate, cook and chill to ensure a pleasant cookout for all. Download the flyer you need to be a Grill Master Get the Grill Master Poster  Wash your hands with warm water and soap for at…

Summer without Salmonella

Are you aware that illnesses from Salmonella spike in the summer? And that the overwhelming majority of hospitalizations from Salmonellosis occur in children under 5 years of age? We’ve created flyers and postcards in English and Spanish so you can TAKE ACTION this summer…

Kids in NY Daycare Centers Line Up to Wash Hands

Shari Portnoy makes food with children every day as an Eat Well Play Hard Nutritionist for New York Day Care Centers. She teaches a six-week program that always starts with food safety, hand-washing and general nutrition. Since young children like to touch everything, Shari…

Poultry Producer Focuses on Consumer Behavior

As part of its ongoing commitment to food safety education, West Coast poultry producer Foster Farms commissioned a study by Dr. Christine Bruhn (Center for Consumer Research at UC Davis) to look at how consumers actually prepare and handle chicken in their own kitchens….

School Lunches

BAC to School: Pack a Safe Lunch 101 Download a Keeping Bag Lunches Safe Flyer When it’s back-to-school time, Fight BAC!® wants to remind parents and families across the country that the first important lesson of the school year is packing a safe lunch. All…

Big Y Foods’ Living Well Eating Smart Program Supports Consumers

“Living Well Eating Smart” is a nutrition program run by Big Y Foods registered dietitians, Carrie Taylor, RD, LDN and Andrea Samson, RD, LDN, to help their customers live the happiest, healthiest life possible. Living Well Eating Smart’s latest newsletter is full of healthy…

Kansas State University’s Fight BAC Class

Stephanie Castillo Teaches First and Second Grade Students the Core 4 Stephanie Castillo with Kansas State University taught food safety to first and second grade after school students this autumn. Her “Fight BAC Class” teaches food safety basics, such as hand-washing practices, to after…

Meridian Middle School is ON THE CASE!

Rebecca Richter, a Consumer and Family Science teacher, instructs her 6th grade students on the importance of safe food handling by empowering them to be food detectives. For years, Rebecca has been showing her students the Food Detectives video because her students can relate…

Kansas Students Take on Food Safety Bad Guy

Teaching pre-school and early elementary children about healthy habits can be challenging.  In Cowley County, Kansas, I engage children with a puppet show, hand washing activity, and taste test at “Dinosaur Diner.”  During the 30 minute presentation, students learn about the benefits of eating…