Microbiology of sanitation.Costs of spoilage.Danger of food-borne hazards and emerging pathogens.Roles of engineering, plant layout, construction materials, refrigeration and ventilation. Food safety is on shoppers’ minds more than ever. So the American Meat Science Association has scheduled a training for meat and poultry processors Nov. 29-30 in Athens, Ga.”Improving Your Sanitation Program” will begin at 7:45 a.m. Nov. 29 at the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education. It will offer two full days of timely classes in a comprehensive course developed with help from University of Georgia and Virginia Tech food scientists. To process food products of the highest quality possible, the course will address the: A $395 fee covers materials, luncheons, a reception and refreshment breaks. To learn more, contact your UGA Extension Service county office. Or call Estes Reynolds at (706) 542-2574 or Norman Marriott at (540) 231-7640.