Clemson Extension agents with primary food safety & nutrition responsibilities work closely with state extension specialists and researchers located on campus and at the various research and education centers located across the state. They provide expertise in topics ranging from safe food-handling training for individuals, restaurants and commercial food processors to prevent outbreaks of food-borne illnesses to nutrition, obesity prevention, chronic disease risk reduction, and special dietary considerations for individuals and families throughout the lifespan.
In addition, 20 EFNEP Nutrition Educator Assistants (NEAs) deliver education programs that help children, youth and young families with limited resources develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavior needed to improve their diet, physical activity levels, and become better managers of their food dollars. Food Safety, nutrition, diet and health information can be found at Clemson University’s Home and Garden Information Center and the Nutrition Information and Resource Center.
Nutrition & Food Safety: Christine Patrick, M.S., 803-259-7141 Ext 112, email@example.com
The mission of South Carolina Family and Community Leaders is to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities through fellowship, education, and service.
There are six clubs in Barnwell County:
South Carolina Family and Community Leaders: www.scfcl.com
Educational programming for groups, on nutrition and food safety:
ServSafe® is a food safety program developed by the National Restaurant Association and taught by certified instructors. In Allendale, the ServSafe® program is taught by the Clemson University Extension Service. Programs can be taught at an employer’s facility or at the local Extension office. Class times can be scheduled to accommodate the employer’s request.
ServSafe® covers these topics as related to food service establishments:
Color Me Healthy is a program designed to reach children ages four and five. It provides fun, innovative, interactive learning opportunities on physical activity and healthy eating. The program is designed to stimulate all of the senses of young children: touch, smell, sight, sound, and, of course, taste. Color Me Healthy uses color, music, and exploration of the senses to teach children that healthy food and physical activity are fun!
If you are interested in learning more about Color Me Healthy, contact Christine Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 803-259-7141 ext. 117.
Opportunities for schools that have 50% free or reduced price lunch can contact EFNEP staff to enroll in our program. Lessons delivered in classrooms. Pre-K through 5th grades eligible. By integrating all subject matters into nutrition and physical education, the lessons are innovative and fun.
The delivery of EFNEP youth programs takes on various forms.