Bremer County Iowa 4-H Learns Safe Food Handling

Bremer County Iowa 4-H Learns Safe Food Handling

Moriah and Reba, two high school students from the Bremer County, Iowa Tri-River Trendsetters 4-H Club used Fight BAC! materials to teach thirteen young Cloverbuds about food safety. The Cloverbuds got a kick out of the BAC story – Moriah and Reba used silly voices to tell a story about harmful foodborne bacteria. Moriah and Reba went the extra mile, making a coloring book for each child in the group. Moriah will use what she learned about the core four food safety practices in the upcoming 4-H fair when she submits a project on food safety. The Partnership for Food Safety Education salutes Moriah and Reba for their work to Fight BAC!


Comments (2)

  • afaf


    31 May 2012 at 15:50 |
    It is an excellent work we hope to apply as it in our country
  • Michael Partridge

    Michael Partridge

    05 June 2012 at 11:56 |
    I think what you are doing is great, and a coloring book for food safety is a great idea. Could I get a copy of the coloring book to share here on the east coast.

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