Patrick Quade, founder of IWasPoisoned.com and DineSafe.org recently was a featured speaker at the 2019 Central Atlantic States Association of Dairy Food and Drug Officials (CASA) in their Baltimore conference held on Sept 17 where he talked about food safety in a digital age using social media.
Also, Patrick had the opportunity to talk about how sites as iwaspoisoned.com crowdsource information and how this information can be integrated as an extra tool for the surveillance of foodborne illnesses by public health departments.
Patrick Quade founder of IWasPoisoned.com and DineSafe.org recently speak at the 2019 Food Safety Summit (FSS) conference held in Houston, TX where he was part of the panel discussion about food safety in a digital age using social media.
Also, Patrick had the opportunity to talk about how sites as iwaspoisoned.com crowdsource information and make reporting foodborne illness easier to the people.
The 2019 Joint Annual Conference held by the Nevada Environmental Health Association and the Nevada Food Safety Task Force welcomes Iwaspoisoned.com founder, Patrick Quade, to talk about food safety and social media.
The presentation will be on April 27 at 10:35 AM PDT. This year's conference "Generations of Leadership" will be held at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, NV.
Patrick Quade, founder of IWasPoisoned.com and DineSafe.org com will speak at the 2019 Food Safety Summit (FSS) conference in Houston, TX on June 5th held by Harris County Public Health.
This year’s theme is the Future of Food Safety. Some of the topics are about health inspection scoring, new technologies, and it will include a panel discussion on social media.
Top U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials issued a statement on March 19 about budget increases, which include new resources to advance the agency’s food safety program and expand food safety monitoring.
“We must continue to embrace innovation across the food safety system to make sure we secure our public health mission,” the statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb Deputy Commissioner Frank Yiannas says. “That’s why as part of the President’s 2020 Budget, we’ve proposed new funding across multiple aspects of our food safety system.”
Iwaspoisoned.com was invited to speak at The World Bank on March 7th in Washington DC to share our expertise in food safety and social media. The discussion centered on the potential for iwaspoisoned.com & social media to improve food safety outcomes in emerging markets. The Bank's lead agriculture economist Steven Jaffee hosted the event.
“Governments in low- and middle-income countries not only need to invest more in food safety but also invest more smartly,” says Jaffee, with the Bank finds the impact of unsafe food costs low- and middle-income economies about US$ 110 billion in lost productivity and medical expenses each year.
Iwaspoisoned.com founder Patrick Quade discussed the impact of crowd-sourced foodborne illness reports on a brand's reputation at the conference on February 28, 2019 in Nice, France. He shared the panel with representatives from Ecolab, Starbucks, Dubai Municipality, Metro France and Wegmans Foods.
Recently the platform flagged a major food poisoning outbreak in Mongolia that resulted in the closure of Kentucky Fried Chicken locations in the nation's capitol, and is best known for identifying outbreaks in the United States including those caused by Chipotle that resulted in the company losing $10 billion in market capitalization.
The 2019 Annual Conference held by the Mid-Continental Association of Food and Drug Officers welcomes IWasPoisoned.com founder, Patrick Quade, to talk about food safety and social media.
The presentation will be February 27 at 08:10 AM CST. This year's conference will be held at the Bluemont Hotel on Manhattan, KS.
Iwaspoisoned.com has identified a total of 67 people who are suffering from food poisoning after eating at Kentucky Fried Chicken in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Those who have fallen ill are from 17 separate parties who have reported their cases to our platform between February 11th - 18th, 2019.
Our collaboration with the World Bank is putting a spotlight on how unsafe food costs economies hundreds of billions of dollars worldwide, yet in many cases surveillance is limited and there are few effective ways for a consumer to report a case of food poisoning.
Our groundbreaking effort shows new technology solutions can make a significant contribution to this challenge. It is possible to look to citizen data in order to detect food poisoning and identify issues in real time.
This is what motivated us to found and B2B service .