PARTNERSHIP FOR FOOD SAFETY UPGRADES WEBSITE ty Education has enhanced its website, officials said. Designed to be more user-friendly, the site provides safe-food-handling recommendations, updated downloadable fact sheets, brochures and other materials for consumer and educator use. Officials upgraded the site,, in response to research that shows two-thirds of adults turn to the Internet for basic safe-food-handling information. A nonprofit, the partnership created the ...

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