This new resource from the NCR FSMA highlights key organizations that oversee food safety.
Purdue Extension and the produce safety team from the Indiana State Department of Health a workshop on “Grow your Confidence about Produce Safety Inspection.” It will be December 3 at the Purdue Extension Produce Safety Hub in Vincennes, IN.Purdue Extension and the produce safety team from the Indiana State Department of Health a workshop on “Grow your Confidence about Produce Safety Inspection.” It will be December 3 at the Purdue Extension Produce Safety Hub in Vincennes, IN.
New FDA Proposal Would Establish Laboratory Accreditation Program for Food Testing
You’ll find events around the region, job openings, and reminders about the PSA knowledge assessments in the November newsletter.
The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture is announcing a job opening for a Coordinator, Food Safety Programs.
Read a slightly less text-intensive version of our Year 1 report.
The University of Missouri seeks a talented full-time Assistant Professor and State Extension Specialist in Food Processing.
New Mexico State University has an opening for an Assistant/Associate Professor for Microbial Food Safety.
Staff from Washington State University, University of Tennessee, University of Florida, Virginia Tech, and North Carolina State University have finalized the pre-harvest agricultural water treatment curriculum. To help share this curriculum with other interested produce safety extension professionals, they are holding a train-the-trainer on January 8 in Savannah, GA ahead of the Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference.
The NCR FSMA just finished Year One of it's USDA-funded grant. Read a report of our past year.
Read the press release about the New Era of Smarter Food Safety
Can't remember what an acronym stands for? Check out our reference document.
In the October newsletter, you'll find information about upcoming meetings- sponsored by the NCR FSMA and partner organizations.
The Food Safety lab at Cornell University and the Strawn lab at Virginia Tech will be hosting a two part webinar series on listeria.
If you missed last week's listening session, catch up here.
Find information about upcoming meetings and opportunities for funding in the most recent newsletter.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) will be holding a public meeting entitled “FDA’s New Era of Smarter Food Safety.”
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture and the University of Nebraska Extension are hosting a produce safety workshop.
Did you miss the webinar/ listening session? Read the minutes, view the powerpoint, or listen to Don Stoeckel's presentation on water requirements.
FDA issues first warning letter under the Foreign Supplier Verification Programs
One spot has opened up in the BSAAO Workshop. Register quickly if you want to attend.
FDA just published a fact sheet on dropped covered produce.
You’ll find updates about upcoming meetings in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and online in the latest newsletter. Don’t forget there’s money available to bring trainers to your event or to fund you meeting with a mentor.
Catch up with slides from Kaiping Deng's presentation and a recap of the meeting.
USDA Announces $16 Million Funding Opportunity to Support Socially Disadvantaged and Veteran Farmers and Ranchers