Resource | Webinars/Videos
Etileno

Ethylene Gas - Part of a five-video series,  available in English and Spanish, offers “tricks of the trade” to help food service operators keep produce safe and at a high quality. 

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Leveraging FNS Programs in a Lead Exposure Crisis

This webinar provides information necessary to leverage FNS Programs in response to a lead exposure crisis and to provide best practices and lessons learned from those who dealt with the on-the-ground response in Flint, Michigan.

Resource | Technical Assistance
Other Produce Safety Resources

These links offer further information on topics in produce safety.  The content of these links is not endorsed by USDA or its affiliates.

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Produce Safety Webinars
Resource | Technical Assistance
Produce Information Sheets

Use these sheets to learn detailed, commodity specific information about produce

Resource | Technical Assistance
Produce Safety Fact Sheets

Use these resources to expand your knowledge about specific topics related to produce safety.

Resource | Technical Assistance
Food-Safe Schools Action Guide

The Action Guide is intended to help you coordinate all aspects of food safety to create a culture of food safety. Think of it as an umbrella that covers many important areas of food safety that need to be considered when serving food in schools. The Action Guide identifies Federal food safety requirements that schools are required to meet, as well as other important areas that should be addressed to have a top-notch food safety program. The Action Guide also identifies the roles that others (e.g., teachers, parents, school nurses) in the school community play in the school’s food safety efforts.

Resource | Webinars/Videos
How Health Centers Can Feed Summer Meals to Children

Learn how you can help feed children at your health clinics this summer through the Summer Food Service Program! Millions of eligible children may be going hungry in the summer. Of the 21 million children who receive free and reduced-priced meals through the National School Lunch Program during the regular school year, only 3.5 million participate in summer meal programs. The webinar consists of a brief overview of the program and best practices from a health clinic and food bank that have partnered to feed children in Arizona!

Resource | Technical Assistance
Comparison of Programs SFSP/NSLP/Seamless Option