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Title:Creating Informed Citizens for Tomorrow's Food Safety Decisions
Producer:Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
Description:Geared for classroom use for teachers of middle and junior high school students, this complete curriculum covers the following topics in food safety: food safety overview, microbial contamination, food irradiation, pesticides, animal antibiotics and hormones, food additives, fat and sugar substitutes, and biotechnology. It could be used as a full-semester food safety course or as supplementary to on-going curriculum. This curriculum includes 8 chapters include a lesson outline, background references, student activities, discussion questions with answers, glossary of key words, and student test questions.
Topic:Pathogens and Contaminants
Audience:Adolescents
Format/Pub. Year:Curriculum (1994)
Contact Information:
 Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
Dept. of Food Science and Human Nutrition
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Telephone:970-491-5798
Fax:970-491-7252
Email:wilken@condor.cahs.colostate.edu
Cost:Free with Restrictions
How To Order:Available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials
NAL Call Number:TX537.C74 1994
Grant Number:Extension grantee 91-EFSQ-1-4001

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