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SafeFood© in Cold Season

February 26th, 2010

I’ve been lucky so far – am only now experiencing my first cold of the year. I think the H1N1 scare and handwashing efforts helped a lot in making people more aware about their own hand hygiene and health. But even though I feel (and look) like crap right now, I also am thankful I have sick days. That is not the case for many working part time in the foodservice industry. If they don’t work – they don’t get paid.

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Catherine Hemphill Strohbehn has been a faculty member at Iowa State University in the Hospitality Management Program for over 25 years. She is a State Specialist with Human Sciences Extension and Outreach at Iowa State University. As part of her work, she conducts research, develops educational materials and provides programs to help retail foodservices use their resources effectively and ensure safe food is served. Cathy is a registered dietitian with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and a Certified Professional in Food Safety from the National Environmental Health Association. She is the 2010 recipient of the NSF International Food Safety Leadership Educator Award.

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