The new website is intended to help the state’s growers comply with FSMA and the new federal Produce Safety Rule.
Monitoring may be most effective way to meet the preventative controls component of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Facilities employing 500 or more people must meet new standards.
Funding has been awarded to assist 42 states with implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Comprehensive reports help readers understand the rules for produce farms and food facilities.
USDA announces $4.7 million available in grants for food safety training, outreach, and technical assistance.
This week the Produce Marketing Association (PMA) submitted comments on behalf of its membership to FDA regarding the […]
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 […]
Ohio growers converged at the meeting in Willard, OH, put on by United Fresh to touch base on policy issues including the Farm Bill, FSMA, and immigration reform.
It Isn’t here today but it is inevitable. From the starter’s gun on Jan. 4, 2011, with the […]