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National Consumer Food Safety Education Program

fight backThe Food Marketing Institute is pleased to join with the Partnership for Food Safety Education in providing food safety education information and materials. This organization is the first of its kind to combine the resources of the food industry, federal government, and consumer organizations toward the common goal of conducting a national broad-based consumer food safety education campaign aimed at reducing the incidence of foodborne illness. Visit the Fight BAC!™ website for more information.

Please let us know how you are using the Fight BAC materials developed by the Partnership for Food Safety Education, including any artwork or point-of-purchase materials you have created. Please forward any printed materials to the Consumer Affairs Department at FMI, 655 15th St, NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005. Or let us know via e-mail .

Link to the Fight BAC! Web Site in Three Easy Steps

  1. The simplest link would be:

    <A HREF="http://www.fightbac.org/">Fight BAC ™ Food Safety Information</a>


  2. To save this graphic:

    Windows users, right click on the image to the left and select Save
    Mac users, hold down your mouse button and select Save

    Use the following link:

    <A HREF="http://www.fightbac.org/"><IMG WIDTH=128 HEIGHT=75 ALT="Link to Fight BAC! - www.fightbac.org" SRC="baclink.gif"BORDER=0></A>
     
  3. Read these important notes!

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For more information on this program, please contact the Partnership for Food Safety Education at 202-220-0705 or via e-mail.