Food Safety Programs, Publications, and Resources
Don’t Give Kids a Tummyache! Curriculum on CD
This food safety training program in English and Spanish presents the basics of how to avoid food poisoning. Through a series of activities and case studies, participants learn the basics of handling and cooking food safely. CD can be purchased through the UC Cooperative Extension,
Make it Safe. Serve it Safe.
A 3-hour curriculum designed to help teach safe food handling practices to staff and volunteers in the community who prepare and/or serve food to others outside of their home whether for a community fund-raising event, a business lunch, or a community celebration. Contact Shirley Peterson at: (805) 781-5951, to learn how you can receive free training on how to present the program to your group.
Food Saftey & Preservation Volunteers
A popular resource for local residents is to obtain foods safety information from trained volunteers. Food Safety & Preservation Educators assist callers in answering questions related to food handling, storage, and preservation. Some volunteers are available to present food preservation classes. Click Food Safety and Preservation Educators to contact a volunteer in your area.
Food Canning and Preservation Publications
Publications covering a broad range of canning an preserving topics can be ordered and/or downloaded online under the Canning & Preserving category at: http://www.anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu.
Additional Food Safety and Preservation Resources on the web can be accessed by clicking the link below: