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This presentation is for my social media and marketing communication course

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  • 1. Social media &Food Safety Education --------RubyFor Social Media & Marketing Communication by Professor Frechette
  • 2. Background• Unsafe food causes many acute and life-long diseases, ranging from diarrheal diseases to various forms of cancer.• World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that foodborne and waterborne diarrheal diseases taken together kill about 2.2 million people annually, 1.9 million of them children.•
  • 3. Food-Chain
  • 4. Food Safety is a social issue• Foodborne diseases and threats to food safety constitute a growing public health problem.• Assist Member States to strengthen their programs for improving the safety of food all the way from production to final consumption.
  • 5. • USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) host a food safety education conference on March 23-26,2010.• Titiled “Advancements in Food Safety Education: Trends, Tools and Technologies”
  • 6. Importance of FSEFood Safety Education is necessary:Empowering consumers worldwide withknowledge and better safe food handlingbehaviors is the best line of defense againstpathogens causing foodborne illness.
  • 7. Promising approaches:Social media engagement
  • 8. Through social media• Increases the dissemination and potential impact• Reaches diverse audiences• Facilitates interactive communication and community• Empowers people to make healthier and safer decisions
  • 9. Food safety EducationDepartments Resources• Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)• U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)• U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-Food and Nutrition
  • 10. CDC & social media
  • 11. Tapping the groundswell• POST(People , Objectives, strategy, technology)• Targeting Scientists• Targeting underserved audiences• Targeting kids and families
  • 12. Targeting scientists
  • 13. Targeting underserved audiences• CVM (community voice mail)• a national network which connects more than 40,000 phoneless people annually to the resources they need to restore dignity and stability to their lives.• More than 14,900 total voice mail messages 1,000 email messages disseminated
  • 14. Targeting kids and families
  • 15. Energizing the groundswell• Creating a community to energize customers.• For example:
  • 16. Participate in daily life to energizing customers
  • 17. Recommendations• Doing market research to know what consumers really concern about- Listening to the groundswell• Instead of lecturing food safety knowledge, making the education process more of participation-oriented (games, ratings, reviews)- Embracing the groundswell
  • 18. References• Lydia Medeiros, “Evaluation of Food Safety Education for Consumers”, Sep.2001, Pages S27-S34.• Donna Maurer, “Eating Agendas: Food and Nutrition As Social Problems”,1995.• Josh Bernoff, Groundswell, “winning in a world transformed by social technologies, 2008.• Ryan W. Newkirk, Jeff B. Bender, The Potential Capability of Social Media as a Component of Food Safety and Food Terrorism Surveillance Systems, Feb. 8, 2012.