Creston’s COTR hosting food safety workshop

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B.C. food and beverage processors are aware of the importance and economic advantages of implementing food safety systems in their operations. Food processors are invited to attend an introductory food safety planning workshop to be held at the College of the Rockies in Creston on Oct. 27.

You’ll learn some basic HACCP theory and, practical monitoring procedures, as well as information on employee hygiene and practices. It’s also an opportunity to network and access information that will help enhance your bottom line in these changing economic times.

The workshop runs from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Registration is $20, which includes lunch and coffee breaks. To register, call the Creston campus of the College of the Rockies at 250-428-5332 or email creston@cotr.bc.ca.

Visit www.ssfpa.net/foodsafety for more information on the workshop and the food safety systems (processor) program.

— COLLEGE OF THE ROCKIES

 

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