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June Newsletter Available!

The June 2015 newsletter provides information about recognizing food allergies. The Food Safety segment has information about reading different date labels on foods. The Eating Right section includes information about vegetables and two recipes to help incorporate more vegetables in the diet. The back page has information about IEFRN's free webinar on June 19th from 1:00-2:00pm. Join us to learn about our website's features and how our resources can serve your community. Finally, there is an additional insert about how to store different fruits and vegetables, and for what length of time they are safe to keep.

Fresh Food Safety Webinar

  • Tuesday, April 17, 2012
  • 10:00 to 11:15 am EDT
Topic: The fresh food safety webinar will provide Indiana emergency food programs continuing education on protecting the quality of fresh food safety for their clients.

Speaker: Aaron Pleitner, food safety expert at Purdue University

Instructions: To view the recorded webinar, connect to the Internet and type in the following address, click here: https://gomeet.itap.purdue.edu/p22288462/ Note: Make sure you have your computer speakers on and up so you can hear the webinar.

Webinar Slides: Fresh Food Safety Webinar 2012

Certificate of Completion: Webinar Certificate 2012

Attention Emergency Food Organizations

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Check out our NEW food demonstration video in the video library! Raquel Reyes, Purdue University Undergraduate Dietetics Student, created a video on how to prepare a newsletter recipe, Bean Tacos. Enjoy!

Join us on June 19th from 1:00-2:00pm for a webinar to learn about how to use the IEFRN website and its resources available to communities! Register here.

Curious about Food Policy Councils? This Purdue article by Dr. Heather A. Eicher-Miller and Briana Eicher examines the background, opportunities, and policy implications.

Help us update our database! We are currently calling all database members to update information, so you may receive a call from us sometime over the next few months. Remember that you can always update your own information online by creating a free account.