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Welcome to March (Learning) Madness for food safety educators! Each Tuesday this month, we will highlight a topic for you to dive into using material from outstanding presentations given at the Consumer Food Safety Education Conference 2014. 
Happy Learning!

Lesson 1: Know the consumer 
Understanding consumer behavior is key to creating effective food safety interventions. The presentations below tackle issues of consumer behavior. Check them out now or download and save them for future reading. Get started by watching the recording from the Meaningful Messengers Plenary Session. Here, Dana Pitts (CDC) and Charlie Arnot (The Center for Food Integrity) discuss how to engage consumers with health information. 

Reminder!  We want your stories to promote food safety
for the World Health Organization's World Health Day on April 7th! 

We'll use your stories for a webpage and social media campaign that showcases people empowering others to take actions to reduce their risk of food poisoning! 
Here's what we're looking for (please choose one and participate!): 
  • Your 1-3 paragraph story about a specific food safety education activity
  • Your 1-3 paragraph summary of your consumer work in general 
  • Photos with captions -- show your food safety work in action! 
  • Your 50 word answer to the question, How do you ensure food is safe?

Submit your stories, photos, or answers to Ashley Bell at

by March 27th. 
The non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education saves lives and improves public health through research-based, actionable, consumer food safety initiatives that reduce foodborne illness.