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Melon Food Safety Conference

OVER 100 FARMERS AND DISTRIBUTORS GATHERED IN VINCENNES FOR 'MELON FOOD SAFETY- 2012 AND BEYOND.'
    THE PURDUE EXTENSION OFFICE HOSTED THE CONFERENCE... TOPICS INCLUDED SAFE HANDLING PRACTICES... AND DISCUSSION ON PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATION OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS.
    FARMERS FROM ALL OVER THE REGION WERE IN ATTENDANCE... AND RAISING AWARENESS WAS THE GOAL OF THE MEETING.

SCOTT MONROE, PURDUE EXTENSION OFFICE
<<"THE FARMING TRADITIONS RUN SEVERAL GENERATIONS AND GROWERS ARE VERY PROUD OF THE PRODUCT THEY PRODUCE. WHAT WE'RE DOING HERE IS JUST MAKING SURE WE'RE PRODUCING THAT IN AS SAFE A MANNER AS POSSIBLE...TRYING TO PRODUCE AS HIGH QUALITY A PRODUCT AS POSSIBLE.">>

    IN AUGUST, A GIBSON COUNTY FARM, WHERE SALMONELLA WAS DISCOVERED, AGREED TO RECALL ITS MELONS AND CEASE DISTRIBUTING CANTALOUPES FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON.
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