Food safety list (fwd)

Lawrence F. London, Jr. london at sunsite.unc.edu
Wed Jan 7 17:20:05 EST 1998



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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 1998 16:38:01 -0500 (EST)
From: "Andy Clark, SAN Coordinator" <san at nal.usda.gov>
To: sanet-mg <sanet-mg at shasta.ces.ncsu.edu>
Subject: Food safety list

In response to recent questions about e. coli on farms, pasteurization of 
juice, Mad Cow disease, and food irradiation, I thought some of you would 
be interested in a list called Foodsafe, run by the USDA/FDA Foodborne 
Illness Education Information Center, at the National Agricultural Library.
http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodborne/foodborn.htm

You can search or browse the archives on the Web.

Some sample messages from a search I did:

The following 27 item(s) match your query:

     mad cow disease and bone meal -- Size: 3 Kbytes , Type: HTML file 
     Historical Foodborne Illness Disasters -- Size: 3 Kbytes , Type: 
     Pre-packaged Salads Safe? -- Size: 3 Kbytes , Type: HTML file 
     Pasteurized juices -- Size: 3 Kbytes , Type: HTML file 
     Re: mad cow disease and bone meal -- Size: 3 Kbytes , Type: HTML 
     BONEMEAL FEED -- Size: 4 Kbytes , Type: HTML file 
     BSE-CJD -- Size: 4 Kbytes , Type: HTML file 
     Re: Pasteurized apple juice -- Size: 4 Kbytes , Type: HTML file

Andy

Foodsafe is an online, interactive discussion group for
professionals interested in food safety issues. This discussion
group will include dialogue and discussion on such topics as:

  Asking about and sharing resources for food safety education
  Exchange of safe food preparation knowledge
  Dialogue on foodborne illness epidemiology
  Strategies for changing unsafe food preparation behaviors
  Networking with food safety specialists to find out what is
      effective in food safety education

Please feel free to post information to the group on these and other food
safety topics. Commercial advertisements are prohibited on this discussion
group. This discussion group is not a forum to discuss federal food safety
policies. 

Foodsafe is maintained by the USDA/FDA Foodborne Illness
Education Information Center, ARS National Agricultural Library
in cooperation with the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service
(FSIS) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The opinions
posted on this discussion group do not reflect the opinions and
policies of the USDA or FDA.

Here are some commands to help you use foodsafe:

To subscribe:
    Send a message to:      majordomo at nal.usda.gov
    In the body, type:      subscribe foodsafe your name <your email address> 
BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE < > AROUND YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS

To subscribe to the digest version of this list:
    Send a message to:      majordomo at nal.usda.gov
    In the body, type:      subscribe foodsafe-digest you name <your email
address> 
BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE < > AROUND YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS

To unsubscribe:
    Send a message to:      majordomo at nal.usda.gov
    In the body, type:      unsubscribe foodsafe

To unsubscribe from the digest version of this list:
    Send a message to:      majordomo at nal.usda.gov
    In the body, type:      unsubscribe foodsafe-digest

Once you are subscribed, you can send messages to all
members of the discussion group by sending the message to:

     foodsafe at nal.usda.gov

Archives of the discussion group can be accessed via the World Wide Web at:
     http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodborne/foodborn.htm


To Unsubscribe:  Email majordomo at ces.ncsu.edu with "unsubscribe sanet-mg".
To Subscribe to Digest: Email majordomo at ces.ncsu.edu with the command
"subscribe sanet-mg-digest".



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