Food Safety in the Classroom

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

There are many things one can do to help prevent foodborne illnesses from occurring, especially in children. This course is targeted towards child caregivers to discuss food safety practices in the preschool environment.

Course Information

There are many things one can do to help prevent foodborne illnesses from occurring, especially in children.

This course is targeted towards child caregivers and discusses food safety best practices in the preschool classroom environment.

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