Finding Common Ground: Ensuring Food Safety
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Cargill Building Seminar Room 105
1500 Gortner Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
Program: 9am - 4pm
Recent issues like the sprouts in Germany and the raw milk issue in Minnesota raise important questions. Where does the responsibility of society (through government regulation) and of the food industry (through quality assurance/food safety interventions) end and the responsibility of the consumer begin?
We all know that no food is 100% safe and that preventing foodborne disease is a shared responsibility of everyone along the supply chain, but how does this translate on a day-to-day basis? If we accept the current science that biosecurity and sanitation alone cannot guarantee safe milk or that we have no current methods to ensure that sprout seeds (or shellfish) are not contaminated, then how should these be handled in the marketplace?
Will Hueston & Laura Bloomberg
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