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Food-borne Illness Outbreak – a headline that pops up in the news every year. With the proper food safety guidelines and training, these incidents could be reduced or prevented altogether.


Food Science and Technology Extension strives to help the food industry, and we do that through the various workshops we provide throughout the year. These workshops are geared towards training individuals so they might be able to create proper food safety and HACCP plans that are specific to their operation. Our department also offers multiple services, and our personnel work closely with those in the food industry.


Our goal is to provide the public and the food industry with unbiased, research-based food safety education. To see more of what we have to offer, explore the “Workshops & Trainings” and “Our Services” pages.

 


From Our Blog
Hygienic Zoning for Sanitation Preventive Control Posted by anandmohan on Aug 30, 2018 Zoning or segregation of food processing areas presents a unique environment for the food processors to identify area of potentially risk for microbiological cross-contamination. The facility design outlines offers risk-based hazard assessment to determine potential sources of contamination, traffic patterns, employee hygienic practices, and suitable preventive control measure for these areas.
Olympus Greek Mountain Teas. The Food Science & Technology Extension Department began working with Olympus Greek Mountain Teas a year and a half ago, and I wanted to get some more information on their inspiration for their products and what helped them get to the point they are at today." />
Spotlight – Olympus Greek Mountain Teas Posted by Victoria Dees on Jul 31, 2018 A few weeks ago, I called Antonios and Chappelle Sparages who are the creators of Olympus Greek Mountain Teas. The Food Science & Technology Extension Department began working with Olympus Greek Mountain Teas a year and a half ago, and I wanted to get some more information on their inspiration for their products and what helped them get to the point they are at today.
Second Salmonella Outbreak of the Summer – Honey Smacks Recall Posted by Victoria Dees on Jun 18, 2018 On June 14, 2018, the Kellogg Company voluntarily recalled one of their cereals. Both the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control contacted the Kellogg Company in regards to reported illnesses they believed were linked to famous company's cereal, Honey Smacks.
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