February 25, 5pm–6:30pmWhere
Northwest Ohio Cooperative Kitchen (NOCK) 13737 Middleton Pike (St. Rt. 582), Bowling Green, OH
Ohio-based White Castle recently became the first quick service restaurant chain to create a website that shares health inspection scores with the public. Food entrepreneurs have an opportunity to learn similar proactive food safety efforts that can have a major impact on their business during a seminar hosted by the Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT),
The seminar will feature Dennis DeLong, R.S., food safety specialist, Ohio Department of Agriculture, to discuss information on voluntary and non-voluntary recalls and the importance of traceability of ingredients.
Information about the Reportable Food Registry, established to provide a reliable mechanism to track patterns of adulteration in food, will be discussed. In addition, learn how to report voluntary recalls and draft recall paperwork.
Food-related business owners, aspiring entrepreneurs, and other small-to-medium sized businesses are encouraged to attend.
The cost is just $25/person or $40/two guests (pay online, or cash/check at the door) which includes great networking opportunities and light refreshments. Advanced registration is preferred.
Register and pay online, or contact 419-535-6000, ext. 140.