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Faces of Food Safety

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When American consumers think of the United States Department of Agriculture, it's often in connection with the mark of inspection that can be found on labels and products.

That mark serves as a seal of approval, bolstering consumers' confidence that the meat, poultry and processed egg products they are about to enjoy are safe and wholesome. And that confidence comes as a result of the work of the men and women of the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.

"Faces of Food Safety" introduces you to the men and women who play a role in making our food safe.

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  Catherine Rockwell

Commander (CDR) Catherine Rockwell, D.V.M., is a senior public health advisor and USDA Public Health Service liaison officer on the Office of Public Health Science’s (OPHS) Applied Epidemiology Staff (AES). Learn more about her journey to the Agency.
 
  Colette Mayfield

Colette LaViolette Mayfield is one of 18 professionals within the Agency who teach FSIS technical training courses. Read more about her role as a Public Health Coordinator, teaching the principles and concepts of food safety.
 

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Last Modified Feb 24, 2021