of ask karen. itâ€™s an interactive tool,now. >>usdaâ€™s ask karen.gov website letâ€™s folkschat live with a food safety expert, or get an automated answer. web-based ways to shareinformation like this one are becoming vital to public health, according to conferencespeakers. >>carolyn oâ€™neil, atlanta journal-constitution:itâ€™s not â€œnew mediaâ€ anymore, i think we have to put that term behind us. it isreally the â€œnowâ€ media. so many questions must be answered by the best science and youhave the best science: clean, separate, cook, chill â€“ great take home messages.>>pat oâ€™leary, usda (stand-up): this is the fourth major food safety education conferencesponsored by usda and partners, but itâ€™s
also the largest. organizers say the conferencekeeps growing in size, and that says something about the topic of food safety.>>stan hazen, nsf international: itâ€™s front and center, with respect to the media, withrespect to the regulators, with respect to industry.>>stephanie davis, food safety educator: we need more information. thereâ€™s a need fortraining, thereâ€™s a need to educate our clinicians as well as others. i think thereâ€™sa need to educate the public and get the word out there.>>frank yiannas, walmart: food safety is truly a shared responsibility thatâ€™s shared alongthe entire food system. weâ€™re doing all
consumeraffairs com,that we can to reduce food safety risk earlyin the food production chain, certainly within
our stores and certainly helping consumersbecome educated on the important role they play.>>in atlanta, georgia, for the us department of agriculture, iâ€™m pat oâ€™leary.
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