The site is no longer being updated, including the FSnet archives, but remains a vast source of food safety information. For current information, please visit the iFSN successor, bites, at bites.ksu.edu

Safe Food from Farm to Fork

What is the International Food Safety Network?

The International Food Safety Network (iFSN) at Kansas State University is a group of individuals passionately committed to reducing the incidence of foodborne illness. The daily iFSN news listservs provide comprehensive and current food safety news, and underpin the numerous iFSN research, extension and educational activities. iFSN researchers engage in public discussion, and develop and evaluate the use of new messages and media to compel individuals from farm-to-fork to practice safe food behaviors and help create a culture that values microbiologically safe food.

Foodborne illness can be simply an unpleasant experience or can have more serious consequences. Explore our website or contact us to learn more about the safety of food, from farm to fork.

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