Does Your Farm Comply with the Produce Safety Rule of FSMA? 3/2017
FSMA Final Rules - Sprague|Bryant
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is the federal food safety law that applies to farms growing fruits and vegetables that may be eaten raw. FSMA is intended to reduce the risk of microbial contamination of fresh produce. The law was passed two years ago, but proposed regulations were released in January 2013, for public comment up to September 16, 2013.
Food Safety Modernizaton Act - FSMA
NH Task Force Comments on FSMA - Preventative Controls
NH Task Force Comments on FSMA - Produce Safety
Flyer for the 2013 seminar in Whitefield, NH.
This brochure gives all the details about the October 29, 2014 event at the Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa.
On-Farm Low-Risk Activities Definitions
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