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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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  Dr. Brianna Medina
Dr. Brianna Medina is a supervisory public health veterinarian (SPHV) in the Philadelphia District. Medina has a patrol assignment in the Providence, Rhode Island, circuit. Her FSIS career began as a relief SPHV in the Dallas District. Learn more about how she promotes food safety.
 
  David Sandler
Jonathan “David” Sandler helps FSIS prepare for emergencies. The senior preparedness and response coordinator with the Significant Incident Preparedness and Response Staff (SIPRS), is part of a team that helps FSIS prepare for emergencies.
 
  Dr. Raul Frontera
Dr. Raul Frontera, a frontline supervisor (FLS) in the Raleigh District’s Wilson Circuit in eastern North Carolina, has served in FSIS more than 25 years. Frontera began his FSIS career in June 1994 as a supervisory public health veterinarian (SPHV) in Lewiston, North Carolina. How did he get here?
 

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Last Modified Apr 03, 2020