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food safety

$95,000 Benedum grant helps WVU Extension and partners offer step-by-step food safety training

West Virginia food producers and farmers will be eligible for a new step-by-step food safety program from West Virginia University Extension Service thanks to a $95,000 grant from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation.

The West Virginia Food Safety Training Program will provide training to increase awareness and application of food safety standards. Additionally, farmers will gain access to skill building workshops, educational resources and expert support to help them adhere to regulations. Learn more about the food safety training…

Dee Singh-Knights

Dee Singh-Knights

WVU Extension Specialist –
Agricultural Economics

“Working with the WVU Extension family, and valuable partners and collaborators in the state and region, we strive to carry forward our great land-grant college tradition—but adapted, reinvigorated and reimagined for the 21st century,” said Singh-Knights. Learn more about Dee's work...