When it comes to food safety training, the grosser the better

06/17/2013 | Fresh Fruit Portal (Chile)

Food companies don't have to wait for governments to take action to make the food supply safer -- they can start from within with programs aimed at developing a culture of food safety from within, said Kansas State University professor Doug Powell at PMA's Australia-New Zealand Fresh Connections 2013 event. Video surveillance has proved effective, and graphic stories and images of the effects of foodborne illness outbreaks may prove especially effective with younger workers.

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