Iwaspoisoned.com founder Patrick Quade is available to speak at your conference about emerging technology and food safety surveillance in the social media age. To book Patrick as a speaker or for more information, click here.
- California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health Annual Conference - Sep 19th
- FDA Southwest Region Food Protection Seminar - Sep 20th
- FDA Southeast Region Food Protection Seminar - Oct 17th
- National Assoc. of Convenience Stores Annual Conf. - Oct 18th
- Illinois Environmental Health Education Conference - Oct 20th
- CT Environmental Health Association Annual Conference - Nov 3rd
NOTABLE RECENT SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
- FDA Northeast Region Food Protection Seminar - Aug 24th
- National Environmental Health Assoc. Annual Education Conference - Jul 13th
- Missouri Milk Food and Environmental Health Association Annual Conference 2017
- LA County Restaurant Association Food Safety Advisory Council 2017
- Orange County Restaurant Association Food Safety Advisory Council 2016
- International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) 2016
Iwaspoisoned.com is for people who love to eat out but don’t expect to be ill because of it. It is a consumer led website for diners to report suspected food poisoning or bad food experiences. This real time information is shared by consumers, food authorities, restaurants, and industry with one aim – to make eating a safer experience.
Iwaspoisoned.com collects and screens reports of foodborne illness across the United States and the world, and shares that information with public health departments and industry. Your reports can help identify and track outbreaks in their earliest stages. So whether it’s bad food from a restaurant or your local store, Iwaspoisoned.com welcomes your report.
Iwaspoisoned.com was founded in 2009 in response to the lack of any co-ordinated, consumer led, national food reporting system. More reports and greater visibility will lead to safer food, safer communities and a healthier economy. Food poisoning is a common, costly, and avoidable menace. Our goal is to reduce the number of foodborne illlness outbreaks by making the system more transparent. We do that with the help of your reports.