In 2016, the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative at the University of Arkansas School of Law (IFAI) received a cooperative agreement to conduct outreach, training, and technical assistance on the Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule. This report summarizes IFAI's activities under this period and references helpful information on partnering with American Indian/Alaska...
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Get to know the difference between sanitizers and disinfectants and how to use them with this podcast.
The evolution of the original Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) principles towards Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is discussed and requirements within the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) regulation are summarized.
This resource contains several flash cards that growers can use as part of a tailgate training with farm workers. These serve to start conversations around relative risk.
Interactive PDF with direct links to all related materials and templates. This factsheet will assist with understanding farm status and documentation.
Dr. of Veterinary Medicine graduated from Nantes (France) University Agronomist Engineer graduated from Haitian State University Master degree: Environment territory and Economy (University Saint-Quentin (Paris-France) Master degree: Strategic and Operational Management Food Safety Lead auditor Qualified Individual for FSPCA FSPCA Lead Instructor Supply chain Rations Quality Control...
Lead Instructor for FSCPA Preventive Controls for Human Food, Preventive Controls for Animal Food, FSVP and IA. https://extension.psu.edu/martin-bucknavage https://pennstatefoodsafety.blogspot.com/
From August 18-19, 2020 the Lead Regional Coordination Center, in collaboration with the four regional centers and USDA-NIFA hosted the Food Safety Outreach Program National Project Directors Meeting.
Explore four treatment methods for cleaning irrigation water for fruits and vegetables and practice testing water with the Test Strip Lab. Learn the ins and outs of each method so you can choose and implement treatment appropriate to your situation while continuing to validate, verify and monitor your process.
This four-part curriculum covers pertinent aspects of treating preharvest agricultural water on-farm.