Training webinar on changes to IDPH TIB #30 – Sanitation Guidelines for Farmers Markets to be held
The goal of the Illinois Farmers Market Task Force, which was created by PA 97-0394 (SB 1852), is to address the regulatory framework that governs food safety at farmers’ markets. Inconsistent regulations that are not based on size or risk have been cited as barriers to expanding local food production and sales in Illinois.
Franklin Park Farmers Market
Village of Franklin Park
To this end the Task Force, made up people representing farmers markets, farmers, county and state health officials, and other governmental bodies, has been instrumental in revising the Illinois Department of Public Health Technical Information Bulletin #30 – Sanitation Guidelines for Farmers Markets.
Galesburg Farmers Market
A training webinar for farmers market managers to learn about the changes to the Illinois Department of Public Health Technical Information Bulletin #30 – Sanitation Guidelines for Farmers Markets will be held on Monday, June 17, 2013 from 3:00pm – 4:30 pm.
Patricia Welch, Food Program Manager, Illinois Department of Public Health, will provide an update of these changes and be available to answer any questions.
Unity Temple Indoor Winter Market
You can attend this webinar online or in person at the University of Illinois Extension office, 700 S. Airport Drive in Springfield.
Registration is limited for the live webinar, so make sure to register early at https://webs.extension.uiuc.edu/registration/?RegistrationID=8442
This webinar will be recorded for future viewing. Information will be found on the Illinois Farmers Market Association website at http://ilfarmersmarkets.org .
A copy of the revised version of TIB #30 is available here http://ilfarmersmarkets.org/food-safety-training-webinar-june-17th/
Any questions or more information contact
Pat Stieren, Executive Director,Illinois Farmers Market Association, 217-522-4274, email@example.com