Safe Food For the Hungry II
Presented by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service with funding from
the Indiana State Division of Family and Children
Below please find the site materials for the October 12 videoconference. Site educators
should download all materials and duplicate the participant's materials for each
participant at your site. Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files are also available for the Site
Educator's Guide. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader program, it is available
free from Adobe.
Site Educator's Guide
Learning Center Activities
Part 1: Food Safety
Part 2: Nutrition
Part 3: Volunteer Management
Posters and Games
- Frozen Foods
- Refrigerated Foods
- Shelf Stable Foods
- When in Doubt, Throw It Out
- Most Wanted: E.Coli
- Most Wanted: Salmonella
- Most Wanted: Clostridium perfringens
- Most Wanted: Staphylococcus aureus
- Defuse Food Poisoning
- Wash Your Hands
- What's Driving Your Volunteer Program?
- Are You Gambling with Volunteer-Related Risks?
- Serious Can Defects
- Serious Jar Defects
- Don't Give Bugs a Free Ride!
- Keep It Cold, Keep It Hot, Keep It Clean
- Put the Brakes on Food Poisoning
- Safe Food Safari Game Board (Tile 1)
- Safe Food Safari Game Board (Tile 2)
- Safe Food Safari Game Board (Tile 3)
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Check out our NEW food demonstration video in the video library! Megan Grassl, Purdue University Undergraduate Dietetics and Nutrition Student, created a video on how to prepare a newsletter recipe, Cheesy Salmon Pasta. Enjoy!
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