I am currently a student at Emory Universitys' Rollins School of Public Health, pursuing a Master of Public Health in Global Health. Additionally, I am also obtaining a certificate in Humanitarian Emergencies. My professional interests lie in Food Safety, Emergency Management & Preparedness, and Health Communications. Fluent in both English and Spanish, with Spanish being my native...
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Dr. Abby Snyder is an assistant professor in the Department of Food Science at Cornell University. She offers workshops that help small-scale food processors develop scheduled processes for compliance with FSMA. The Snyder Lab researches practical solutions to ongoing challenges in microbial food safety and spoilage.
2021 Advanced GAP Webinar Series In this webinar, Angela Ferelli from the University of Maryland will share important COVID-19 updates and resources to help you run your farms safely and effectively this season.
2021 Advanced GAP Webinar Series In this webinar, Carol Allen from the University of Maryland along with Sarah Everhart, Esq. from the Agricultural Law Education Initiative will share how to approach traceability and recall readiness in your operation--key requirements in the Harmonized GAP Standard.
2021 Advanced GAP Webinar Series In this video the updated HGAP water standards are introduced and discussed.
2021 Advanced GAP Webinar Series In this webinar, Dr. Angela Ferelli from University of Maryland along with Mr. Alec Loranca from Maryland Dept. of Agriculture’s food Quality Assurance Program will share how to approach Risk Assessments--key requirements in the Harmonized GAP Standard-- in ways that make sense for your operation.
2021 Advanced GAP Webinar Series In this first webinar, Molly Gillingham from Maryland Dept. of Agriculture’s food Quality Assurance Program will be introducing us to the Harmonized GAP Standard, how it is different from MDA Basic GAP certification, and finish with tips on how to avoid common mistakes when prepping for an HGAP Audit
This video introduces basic on-farm, food safety handling for fresh fruits and vegetables and has been created for the volunteer audience.
Many third-party audits, buyers, and standard operating procedures for produce packinghouses or other food facilities require regular adenosine triphosphate (ATP) or protein swabs to verify the effectiveness of the cleaning and sanitation protocols. This video demonstrates how to collect ATP and protein swabs, how to interpret swab results, and provides advice to help determine an acceptable...
This scenario was developed for the NCR FSMA 2021 Virtual Conference and is designed for small group discussions on how educators and regulators would react to this farm.