Jacksonville is known to be the most populated city in the state of Florida, and the largest city by area in the contiguous United States. Jacksonville is popular for its nature and wildlife areas, art museums and many gardens and state parks. Visitors enjoy laid-back watering holes and pubs along the waterfront, shopping and dining complexes, and their famous seafood grills joints. It was consolidated in 1968, giving the city its huge size as a metropolitan area. Known for “not having a week go by without a major concert, festival, or event happening,” the city of Jacksonville is as bustling and exciting as it is large.
Regal Institute regularly organizes multiple food safety trainings in Jacksonville, FL, as well as other programs aimed towards improving the general quality of life and living in the area for vulnerable communities. We acknowledge that there are families and groups that are low-income and would greatly benefit from prosocial initiatives, so we address this need with a multidisciplinary and sustained approach.
According to statistical research, a significant number of people—estimated around 420,000 worldwide, die every year due to the consumption of contaminated food. One step towards sustaining life and promoting good health is access to sufficient, well-rounded amounts of safe and nutritious food.
Our food hygiene and safety programs are aimed at reaching two overarching goals: (1) to educate the people about the importance of a well-rounded, nutritious, and micro-nutrient abundant diet, and (2) to protect the people from food poisoning through effective information-education campaigns.
Every human being needs good food. “Good,” meaning nutritious and safe to eat. Following and committing to a smart diet plan, or even just making wise food choices, is a huge contribution to a community’s greater wellbeing and level of productivity. Contact Regal Institute now to learn how you can assist our programs in food safety training in Jacksonville, FL.