Takin’ It to the Streets: Safe Food, Good Eats
Thu February 6 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 amFree
Presenters: Natalie Lowdon, Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living
Take advantage of Manitoba’s summer with a seasonal business such as a food truck or selling food products at a farmers’ market. Many people are interested in the possibilities that come from creating and operating a seasonal food business with locally grown and prepared products, yet are unsure of the health requirements to get there.
Attendees will learn the following:
1. General importance of food safety and the role of the Health Protection Unit
2. A better understanding of the process to obtain health approval to sell or serve food to the public, with a specific focus on seasonal food businesses
3. Review of various guidelines and requirements relating to farmers’ markets, mobile food service establishments, food pushcarts, food sampling and online food sales
Natalie Lowdon, B.Sc., BEH, CPHI(C) is a Certified Public Health Inspector and Acting Regional Manager for the Winnipeg Region Health Protection Unit within Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living. She looks forward to the opportunity to educate and answer questions related to food safety and regulatory requirements for public health protection.
This seminar is available for remote participants via webinar (i.e., from a computer, tablet or smartphone). Please choose “Online” at registration. The day before the event, we will send you a confirmation email with the link to join the seminar online.
Online registration will close at 12:00 p.m. the day prior to the event. To register past this deadline, contact us at 204.253.4888.