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Title:Food Safety Investigation: Applying Food Safety Practices from Farm to Table
Producer:Cornell University
Description:Focuses on answering: why contamination happens, how it can impact agricultural production, and what practices can prevent contamination from the farm to the dining room table? Nine agriculture teachers in three states have collaborated with Cornell University to create a Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) themed curriculum that incorporates hands-on labs into lessons to educate students on how to reduce microbial risks throughout the food system.
Topic:GAP
Standards and Guidelines
Audience:Consumers
Format/Pub. Year:Curriculum (2007)
Contact Information:
 Cornell University
Department of Food Science
11 Stocking Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Telephone:607-255-8008
Email:gapsinfo@cornell.edu
Cost:Not Free, $40.00
Avail. Online:http://www.gaps.cornell.edu/FSI.html

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