To further deliver on our mission of Advancing Food Safety Worldwide®, IAFP offers members access to the following publications.
International Food Safety and Food Allergen Icons
International food safety and food allergen icons are simple pictorial representations of important food safety tasks that can be recognized and understood regardless of a person’s native language.
Journal of Food Protection (Sept. 1952 – Dec. 2000)
Past issues of our monthly publication.
Procedures to Investigate Waterborne Illness – 2nd Edition
A guide for public health, environmental protection, engineering, and other personnel who investigate reports of illnesses alleged to be waterborne related. Based on epidemiologic principles and investigative techniques found to be effective in determining causal factors of disease outbreaks. Designed to improve the quality of investigation of outbreaks and disease surveillance.
Procedures to Investigate Foodborne Illness – 6th Edition
This revised Sixth Edition of Procedures to Investigate Foodborne Illness is designed to guide public health personnel or teams in any country that investigates reports of alleged foodborne illnesses. This manual is based on epidemiologic principles and investigative techniques that have been found effective in determining causal factors of disease incidence.
Outbreaks Where Food Workers Have Been Implicated in the Spread of Foodborne Disease - An Eleven-Part Series
A compilation of eleven articles prepared by the Committee on Control of Foodborne Illness and reprinted from the Journal of Food Protection.
3-A Sanitary Standards
3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. (3-A SSI) is a non-profit association representing equipment manufacturers, processors, regulatory sanitarians and other public health professionals.
Available online: www.3-a.org
Pocket Guide to Dairy Sanitation
A handy pocket reference for employees working in the dairy industry containing guidelines for keeping facilities and products sanitary.
Free: PDF File
Minimum order of 10
Format: Pocket Guide
Cost: $0.75 members and government agencies / $1.50 non-member
Before Disaster Strikes... A Guide to Food Safety in the Home
A pamphlet providing guidelines to help plan for a disaster and determine if household food and water supplies are safe following natural disasters. (also available in Spanish)
Food Safety at Temporary Events
Church suppers, street fairs, civic celebrations and other similar events call for food service outlets to be set up out-of-doors or in locations where keeping foods safe and sanitary becomes a real challenge. This 14-step guide will help you keep your temporary event free of the risk of food poisoning.
IAFP History 1911-2011
Learn about the contributions the Association has made to improve the public's health for the past 100 years.
Annual Meeting Abstract Supplement
IAFP Annual Meeting abstracts available for each year from 1995 to 2013.