FoodHandler, Inc. Relaunches SafeBites™ Webinar Series

Foodservice Industry Experts to Share Food Safety Best Practices with Foodservice Operators

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FoodHandler, Inc., a leading developer and supplier of high-quality food safety solutions, announces the relaunch of its complimentary food safety webinars for foodservice professionals. The FoodHandler SafeBitesTM Wednesday Webinar Series will feature industry experts presenting best practices to help foodservice operators tackle their food safety challenges.

The five-part series will begin on Nov. 4 with “Preventing Norovirus Outbreaks in Your Operation During Cold and Flu Season” presented by Jamie Stamey, M.S., RD, LDN, CP-FS, a food safety and applied nutrition consultant and trainer with Healthy and Safe Food. The 2016 webinars will feature:

Feb.10

“Risk-Based Health Inspections – Pass with Flying Colors” presented by by Jeannie Sneed, Ph.D. in foodservice management, RD, SNS, CFSP. Dr. Sneed is a food safety consultant, having retired from Kansas State University as a professor and department head for the Department of Hospitality Management and Dietetics and as a research professor in the Center of Excellence for Food Safety Research in Child Nutrition Programs funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. She completed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration course on risk-based inspection methods in retail.

May 11

“Food Safety Best Practices, Part 1: Fresh Produce and Locally Grown Foods” presented by Catherine Strohbehn, Ph.D., RD, CP-FS, an educator/researcher in foodservice management and food safety and member of the Food Safety Project team, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa

Sept. 14

“Food Safety Best Practices, Part 2: Kitchen Organization and Food Storage” co-presented by Jeannie Sneed, Ph.D., RD, SNS, CFSP and Chef Cyndie Story, Ph.D., RD, CC, SNS. Dr. Sneed’s credentials are listed above. Dr. Story is an independent consultant and trainer for K-12 operations and White House Champion of Change award recipient for her dedication to educating school nutrition professionals.

Nov. 9

“Food Safety Best Practices, Part 3: Scratch Cooking – Homemade Goodness Done Right” co-presented by Dr. Jeannie Sneed and Chef Cyndie Story.

Each webinar from 1-2 p.m. Central Time will consist of a 45-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer session. For more information and to register for any of the SafeBites webinars, visit the Education & Resources page.

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