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Here you will find coloring pages for kids and one-page downloadable activity sheets for young people developed by the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension, College of Family and Consumer Sciences.
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Find and download the "greatest hits" Fight BAC!® documents here:  the Fight BAC!® basic brochure (b&w or color);  Ten Least Wanted Pathogens; Consumer Guide on Ground Meat and Poultry and many others. 

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Are you a BAC Fighter?  BAC Fighters teach that cook, clean, chill and separate are the first line of defense in fighting foodborne illness at home, work and school. When you sign up to be a BAC Fighter you will receive monthly e-cards like these.  Cut and paste these e-cards into your emails or publications.
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Find the popular Fight BAC!® color and b&w fact sheets here:  Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill are your first line of defense against foodborne illness!
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Fight BAC!® campaign logos and graphics for use in your efforts to educate consumers about the importance of safe food handling.

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These PowerPoint presentations were developed by the Partnership for use by food safety educators, retailers, and others who need an off-the-shelf tool to teach about the importance of safe handling of fresh fruits and vegetables. 
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Fight BAC!® public service announcements and television clips., the website of the Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE), is your resource for Fight BAC! food safety and safe food handling campaign information.

The Partnership for Food Safety Education unites representatives from industry associations, professional societies in food science, nutrition and health consumer groups, the United States Department of Agriculture, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Food and Drug Administration in an important initiative to educate the public about safe food handling practices needed to keep food safe from bacteria and prevent foodborne illness.


Food is safe once it's cooked, no matter how long you leave it out.

 Canned Food Alliance