Posted Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Food trucks are offering some unbelievably tasty fare all over town this summer. Local festivals and county fairs are filled with food. And roadside stands and farmer's markets offer homemade pies, sauces and various delicacies. Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about making sure that food is safe to eat. What are the laws? Who inspects? And how can you have confidence in the quality and safety of the food you're buying? Join host Mike McIntyre.
Terri Gerhardt, assistant food safety chief , Ohio Department of Agriculture
Suzanne Krippel, program manager of Food Defense for Cuyahoga County Board of Health
Brian Reed, Founder Mojo TaGO; co-founder Central Ohio Food Truck Association
Ashley Shaw, manager, downtown farmer’s market
Lindsey Hoover, food safety program coordinator, OSU Wooster
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