U of Minnesota Food: Safety, Risks and Technology Class

Posted on: Mon, 04/07/2003 - 2:24am
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I wanted to post this because I was pleased to see it but not sure where it's most appropriate on the boards.

I found this site:
[url="http://courses.che.umn.edu/02fscn1102-1f/Food%20AllergiesB&W.pdf"]http://courses.che.umn.edu/02fscn1102-1f/Food%20AllergiesB&W.pdf[/url]
and tried to find out what it was for - it looks kind of like something that could be made in to an educational power point presentation. It's a college course at University of Minnesota so I wrote the professor and thought I'd share his response.
Jana,
Thanks for your interest in our courses.
Yes, we normally spend two class sessions each semester to cover the topic of Food Allergies in the course entitled Food: Safety, Risks and Technology. This course is taken by an average of 90 freshman and non-major students. If you would like to share any materials or your child's history to include it as part of the course would be great.
Greetings,
Francisco

Francisco Diez-Gonzalez, Ph. D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Food Science and Nutrition
University of Minnesota
1334 Eckles Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
Phone: 612-624-9756 Fax: 612-625-5272
E-mail: [email]fdiez@tc.umn.edu[/email]

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