When the April newsletter is sent out, it will be available here.
The March 2023 newsletter has been sent out.
A virtual GMP's course will be offered in May.
The February newsletter has been sent out.
The January newsletter was sent out.
The December newsletter has been sent.
Behavioral Scientist, Loran Nordgren, spoke at the most recent listening session.
Registration is open for the upcoming NCR FSMA annual conference.
The November newsletter was sent out on October 27.
Read about the long-term evaluation study that the NCR FSMA has been working on.
The October newsletter was sent on Friday.
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The September Newsletter has been sent out.
This training will be offered via remote delivery in December 2022.
The most recent follow-up survey found that 76% of growers who responded to the survey improved food safety practice, infrastructure, or equipment since the training.
Byron Chaves presented at the August listening session about "Developing Food Safety Plans for Processors."
An in-person event is being planned for this fall.
The August newsletter was sent out this morning.
Kristin Esch from the FDA and Laura Boczek from the EPA spoke about biosolids on July 21.
On July 18, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking to extend the compliance dates for the pre-harvest agricultural water provisions as outlined in the recent 2021 agricultural water proposed rule.
The July newsletter was recently sent out.
Kathiravan Krishnamurthy (from Illinois Tech) presented on Novel Processing Techniques at the June listening session.
USDA Announces Framework for Shoring Up the Food Supply Chain and Transforming the Food System to Be Fairer, More Competitive, More Resilient
USDA efforts to create more and better markets will benefit both producers and American consumers through fairer prices, as well as address longstanding issues intensified by pandemic
The June 2022 newsletter has been sent out.
A Produce Safety Alliance Train-the-Trainer course is planned for July.