International Food Safety Training Laboratory in Maryland

by Kathy Jones on  September 17, 2011 at 8:06 PM General Health News
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The US Food and Drug Administration has joined hands with University of Maryland and Waters Corporation to unveil the International Food Safety Training Laboratory in Maryland.
 International Food Safety Training Laboratory in Maryland
International Food Safety Training Laboratory in Maryland

The lab will be the first one in the world to educate students from across the globe in food safety techniques and help the governments to make sure that the food being imported into the country is safe for consumption.

Commenting on the lab, FDA's director of Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Michael Landa said, "We look forward to this opportunity to build global laboratory capacity. The International Food Safety Training Laboratory will help address food safety challenges worldwide through training and technical assistance."




Source: Medindia

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