The California Leafy Green Marketing Agreement’s (LGMA) annual report shows the group received the lowest number of citations in its history.
The legislation would offer a federal standard for voluntary labeling of foods containing GMOs.
This week the Produce Marketing Association (PMA) submitted comments on behalf of its membership to FDA regarding the […]
UF/IFAS grad students seeking to field questions relating to the GMO regulatory processes, food labeling, and product safety.
Purdue Extension and the Illiana Watermelon Association (IWA) are offering audit cost-sharing programs to Indiana fruit and vegetable […]
GLOBALG.A.P., a farm certification standards organization, and United Fresh invite United Fresh Convention (June 8-10) attendees to stay […]
In written comments submitted today to the FDA proposed Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) implementation work plans (Focus […]
The Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) has announced dates for their first two Train-the-Trainer courses this June. The first […]
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement launches a series of six in-depth blog posts highlighting food safety.
The goals of the acquisition ato provide more benefits to producers, add value to distribution centers, and provide a tool for tracking products in the food industry.
On April 22, 2015, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois entered a consent […]
Awards in the amount of $1,000 will go to help the winning operations pay for a third-party audit.
Organization calls on Congress for unified standards to bridge several pending labeling proposals.
Reintroduced bill includes a new provision allowing for labeling products as GMO-free via USDA-certification process.
Forum to provide opportunity to discuss planning efforts for the next phase of Food Safety Modernization Act implementation.
You need to understand produce safety issues and what they mean to your farm.
Organization taps Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association president Mike Stuart to help advocate on behalf of the industry and to encourage fresh produce consumption.