Food & Drug Safety Program

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  • Rutgers Food Innovation Center
    The Innovation Center provides services to startup and established food companies such as business development, market research, product and process development, workforce development and training, regulations and compliance support, and quality assurance and food safety systems. 

  • Rutgers Continuing Professional Education Food Safety Courses
    Rutgers offers food safety courses in Food Science & Product Development, Food Safety and Food Processing, and Food Science for Chefs.  This site includes a link to the “Environment and Public Health” course, the place to learn about training to become a licensed inspector.

  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    FDA’s website offers information on federal food, drug, and cosmetic regulations, as well as science-based educational information about foodborne disease, recalls, labeling, and a variety of other related topics.

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture
    USDA’s website is a resource on food and agriculture regulations and issues affecting the food system from farm to fork.  Marketing, recalls, irradiation, and foodborne illness information is available.

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    The CDC website offers information on developing and applying disease prevention and control strategies for foodborne illness and other diseases, in addition to offering environmental health and health education resources.

  • Gateway to Government Food Safety Information
    This site is a cross-reference collection of food-related links from the FDA, USDA, CDC, and EPA.  Organized by topic area, it includes links on food safety for kids, reporting illnesses and product complaints, and national food safety programs.


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