The Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE) is a non-profit organization serving the public interest on a national scale through grassroots food safety educators and national media outreach. In 1997, government agencies, industry, and consumer groups pledged to cooperate in the development of science-based, consumer-oriented food safety messages. The result was formation of the Partnership. The Partnership is undertaking a strategic initiative to:
The distinguishing features of the Partnership are its focus on consumer education on safe food handling and it’s support from the United States Food and Drug Administration,
As a contributing member of the Partnership for Food Safety Education, NAMA will have a strong leadership position in the development of the Strategic Initiative and will help to guide a science-based action plan among industry associations, consumer groups, health and scientific professional organizations and federal government liaisons interested in reducing incidence of foodborne illness.
Last updated December 17, 2012