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Posts Tagged: Food safety training in Ontario

AAPS featured on the cover of Training Places Magazine

AAPS makes the cover story for June’s TrainingPlaces.ca magazine  – a monthly publication that features the best training institutions in Canada.  TrainingPlaces.ca celebrates AAPS for its highly trained applicants, experienced educators and professional learning environment. Student Testimonials The piece features testimonials from students who have successfully completed AAPS’ Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance and Quality Control program, Food Safety and Quality program and Clinical Research program. The AAPS Advantage The article also highlights the many resources which AAPS has to offer: close industry connections and co-op placements, web-based learning and online training, skill developing workshops and practical laboratory experience. Read more about.. READ MORE »

3 Riskiest Foods on Grocery Store Shelves

11 million Canadians suffer from food poisoning every year. While most people who get sick only suffer milder symptoms that don’t need treatment, a percentage of those infected will require hospitalization, and a small percent die as a result of their illness. Milder symptoms of food poisoning include: nausea and/or vomiting diarrhea abdominal pain headaches weakness mild fever Severe food poisoning, on the other hand, can lead to bloody stools, extreme pain, kidney failure, and seizures. The Center for Disease Control collected 10 years’ worth of data of food poisoning specifically in the United States, in order to determine which.. READ MORE »

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