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FDA Webinar on FSMA Proposed Produce Safety & Preventive Controls Rules

Jan 17, 2013

The Produce Safety Alliance, in collaboration with the FDA, will be hosting a webinar on Thursday January 24, 2013 at 11 AM EST to provide information about the Proposed Produce Safety Rule as part of the Food Safety Modernization Act.

Dr. Jim Gorny, Senior Advisor for Produce Safety, will present An Overview of FDA Food Safety Modernization Act Proposed Produce Safety & Preventive Controls Rules. This presentation will include reviewing the proposed produce safety rule, how it interacts with the proposed preventive controls rule for human food, and provide details regarding produce rule provisions. There will be time for questions and answers at the end of the presentation.

Please consider reviewing the proposed rules prior to the webinar by following the links below.

Proposed Produce Safety Rule: 
http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodSafety/FSMA/ucm334114.htm

Proposed Preventive Controls for Human Food:
http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodSafety/FSMA/ucm256826.htm

For more information on how participate in the webinar: 
click here.

Proposed Produce Safety Rule Released

Jan 4, 2013

Now that the proposed produce safety rule has been released, it is important for those involved in the fresh produce industry to read and review it. All fresh fruit and vegetable growers should be engaged in this process and should consider sharing their thoughts and opinions through the open-comment period which is open until May 16, 2013. Comments can be submitted electronically or through the postal service. The Produce Safety Alliance will continue to develop educational materials and training programs to help growers meet regulatory requirements.

Proposed Produce Safety Rule

Visit Proposed Produce Safety Rule: How to Stay Involved and other educational materials as well as to sign up for our listserv that will keep you informed about future trainings.

Designing an Effective Produce Safety Curriculum and Training Program for Farmers

Nov 14, 2012

The Produce Safety Alliance conducted eight focus groups with 89 fruit and vegetable farmers across the country representing different geographical locations, farm sizes, cultures, commodities, and production practices. Click the link below to read the summary of their responses which have guided us in the development of the curriculum. Click here for the Focus Group Summary.

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