WEST PLAINS, Mo. – In celebration of the 23rd year of National Food Safety Month, the Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC), hosted by Missouri State University-West Plains, will offer a seminar for restaurant owners and managers on “The Culture of Food Safety” from 1 to 4 p.m. Sept. 18 at the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St.
The National Restaurant Association’s National Food Safety Month was created to heighten awareness about the importance of food safety education. This free seminar will offer information and training activities based on the ServSafe food safety program.
Speakers include Justin Frazier of Howell County Health Department, Mozella Jett of South Central Career Center’s Culinary Arts Program, and SBTDC Coordinator Bronwen Madden.
Those interested in attending can register at https://SBTDC.eventbrite.com.
The SBTDC provides assistance to individuals who want to start or run their own small businesses. SBTDC staff work with Missouri entrepreneurs and small businesses that are for-profit (not a non-profit charitable or educational organization). Whether you are currently in business or thinking about starting a business, the SBTDC can assist you in your venture.
The West Plains SBTDC serves entrepreneurs in seven counties across the region: Douglas, Howell, Oregon, Ozark, Shannon, Texas and Wright. Since they are funded in part through the Small Business Administration, virtually all of their services are free.
For more information, call the SBTDC office at 417-255-7966.