Food Collaborative Meeting - January 21, 2020
The Winter Food Collaborative will be held on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 from 2 – 4 p.m. at Bloomington Civic Plaza in the Haeg Conference Room on the second floor.
On our agenda:
Chemical Safety– A restaurant employee died in November because chemicals were improperly mixed. Learn how to stay safe from an expert at Sunburst
A review of 2019 foodborne illness outbreaks and complaints
Influenza this season– Hear the latest from Bloomington Public Health
ALSO: You will receive 1+ FREE continuing education hours for Certified Food Managers.
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