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DSU Cooperative Extension to Host Seafood Safety Workshop

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DOVER, Del.— Cooperative Extension at Delaware State University is hosting a Seafood Safety Workshop, Friday, March 7, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in room 205, Agriculture Annex building on campus.

This workshop will provide information about seafood handling, processing, potential health risks, and processing technologies.

The keynote speaker for this workshop is Dr. David Kingsley, food scientist at the USDA-
ARS Food Lab on DSU's campus. Other USDA-ARS Food Lab staff, plus research faculty and staff
from University of Delaware and Delaware State University will also speak and offer demonstrations on processed seafood quality, nutrition, shellfish safety, and fish handling and filleting.

Register by March 4 with Talaysha Lingham at tlingham@desu.edu or (302) 222-6462. If you have
any questions about this workshop, contact Dr. Gulnihal Ozbay at gozbay@desu.edu or (302)
857-6476.

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