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McCloud's to Participate in Illinois Food Safety Symposium

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McCloud Services Food Safety Manager Dave Pettigrew will present on pest management.

| September 18, 2013

McCloud Services announced it will particiapte in the Illinois Department of Public Health’s 14th Annual Illinois Food Safety Symposium in Bloomington, Ill., September 25.

Dave Pettigrew, leading food safety manager for McCloud, will present on pest management.

The symposium brings together food safety and public health professionals to address the newest issues and challenges facing the food safety profession. The event will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton located at 10 Brickyard Drive, Bloomington, Ill., 61701.

The symposium provides a forum for the discussion of food safety issues and an opportunity for professional growth, networking and educational enrichment among professionals in public health, agriculture, dairy, education, food service and other related industries. McCloud Services is proud to present at this leading industry event as a food protection expert.

For more information about this event visit http://ipha.com/Public/Events/EventDetails.aspx?eventId=288.


 

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