This stakeholder report provides a project overview, results, and next steps related to the Farm Innovation Project funded by UDSA NIFA FSOP in 2019.
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Wesley L. Kline Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cumberland County Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station 291 Morton Avenue, Millville, NJ 08332 Phone: 856-451-2800 ext. 1 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Education Cornell University, Ithaca, New York Ph.D. Vegetable Crops, 1984 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York M.S. Vegetable Crops, 1980 Salem College, Salem...
Do you know who your team members are in a produce emergency or event? AFDO is here to help connect the dots so you can have a meet and greet as part of your emergency planning and preparation.
The Produce Safety Rule is complex and has led to many questions from the state and local regulatory food safety jurisdictions as to how it may impact the interpretation of the “approved” source at the retail level. This guidance document will help clarify the issues surrounding fresh produce, which are Raw Agricultural Commodities (RACs) that are locally grown, sourced, and sold in retail food...
In her role as food safety and sustainability manager, Morgan Madison will provide direct support and leadership for FFVA members in the development, implementation and maintenance of appropriate food safety and sustainability programs.
20+ experience in Food Safety and Quality at different production plants including confectionery, juice, seafood and fresh produce.
This presentation was delivered in May 2022 and includes a brief description of USDA NIFA Food Safety Outreach Project #2019-04237, a short overview of current food safety challenges in the U.S., an examination of food safety crises through a strategic communication lens, and an outline of action steps organizations can take to prepare for food safety related crisis communications situations.
A guide developed to help small organizations plan for crises that may affect their organizations. Includes steps to identify stakeholders, inventory of which crisis is likely to impact your organization, and steps to create a crisis communication plan.
Karen Cannon has a Ph.D. in agricultural communication from the University of Florida and focuses her work on bridging communication gaps between agricultural and non-expert audiences, crisis communication in food and agriculture, and the scholarship of teaching and learning in higher education. Prior to earning her doctorate, she worked in public relations roles in public, private, and nonprofit...
This presentation includes four parts: Food Safety: By the Numbers Food Safety: Understanding Consumer Behavior Food Safety: Perspectives about the Food Industry Food Safety: Data Collection & Utilization