At this seventh in a series of food safety education conferences sponsored by the non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education, we’ll explore influences on consumers, the way to effect behavior change, and the way forward to better engaging everyone in modeling proper food preparation and hand hygiene practices.
The 2019 conference March 6-8 in Orlando, FL, is expected to draw 400 public and private sector professionals who are involved in educating people about food safety.
- Focus on behavior change.
- Provide opportunities to network and engage in collaborative dialogue with health and food safety professionals from all sectors.
- Feature take-home strategies to support attendees in influencing food safety attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors of consumers.
- Equip participants with tools and resources to address their biggest food safety education program challenges.
The conference gathers a unique group of professionals from public and private sectors that support consumer health:
- Food safety educators and food safety communicators
- Public health and environmental health professionals
- Cooperative Extension professionals
- Consumer advocates
- Food and beverage industry professionals
- Local, state and federal government and military personnel
- Educators, both K-12 and college/university
Chief Food and Product Safety Officer
Sr VP, Food Safety Programs
Food Marketing Institute
VP Corporate Food Safety and Regulatory Affairs
Key Conference Dates:
- June 21, 2018 Abstract Submission Opens
- August 2, 2018 Abstract Submission Closes
- November 1, 2018 Conference Registration Opens with great Early Bird pricing!
- March 6, 2019 Pre Conference Workshops (To be annouced)
- March 7-8, 2019 From Consumers to Chefs: Food Safety Education Matters kicks off at the Swan and Dolphin Resort
Want to know what the 2019 Consumer Food Safety Education Conference will be like? Take a look at the 2017 Food Safety Conference to get an idea of what you might expect.