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FS HN 528 G Spring 2023 - Principles of Food Defense for the Food Industry
2 credit hours
January 17, 2023 - May 12, 2023
Abbey Nutsch, firstname.lastname@example.org, 785-532-4549
This course presents foundational concepts relevant to protecting the food supply from intentional contamination. This course addresses the nature of the food and agriculture system as a critical infrastructure, policy and regulatory aspects of food protection and defense, threats to food and agricultural systems, as well as concepts and strategies related to response and mitigation of intentional contamination incidents. Completion of this course will better prepare students to understand and address challenges related to protecting the food supply from intentional contamination. This course can be of benefit to students in a variety of academic programs, including food science, public health, veterinary medicine, animal science, and other related disciplines.
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