The FSMA Produce Safety Rule’s agricultural water provisions require that produce farms characterize the microbial quality of agricultural water to minimize the risks related to its use. The FDA has recently announced that it will be “revisiting” the current ag water requirements and will extend the compliance dates for the Produce Safety Rule’s ag water provisions.

Stephanie Metzinger

The FSMA Produce Safety Rule’s agricultural water provisions require that produce farms characterize the microbial quality of agricultural water to minimize the risks related to its use. The FDA has recently announced that it will be “revisiting” the current ag water requirements and will extend the compliance dates for the Produce Safety Rule’s ag water provisions.

Stephanie Metzinger

Western Growers and AgSafe are hosting a series of two-day workshops in July to assist fresh produce companies in meeting training requirements under the final FDA produce safety rule, “Standards for the Growing, Harvesting, Packing, and Holding of Produce for Human Consumption.”

During the first day, participants will have the opportunity to take the Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) Growers Training Course. During the second day, they will have the option to receive bilingual training on how to implement the FDA’s produce rule.

Stephanie Metzinger

Western Growers and AgSafe will be hosting a series of two-day workshops throughout June and July to assist fresh produce companies in meeting training requirements under the final FDA’s produce safety rule “Standards for the Growing, Harvesting, Packing, and Holding of Produce for Human Consumption.”

During the first day, participants will have the opportunity to take the Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) Growers Training Course. During the second day, they will have the option to receive bilingual training on how to implement the FDA’s produce rule.

Stephanie Metzinger

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