The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has re-evaluated some key provisions of the FSMA Produce Safety Rule’s ag water requirements in an effort to make implementation of the requirements easier and less costly for produce growers.
Tune in to the second installment of the “Food Safety Findings” four-part webinar series, where Western Growers experts condense research presentations from the Center for Produce Safety’s Research Symposium into actionable insights for members. Today’s newly released webinar highlights pertinent research and data surrounding food safety in the packinghouse and throughout the supply chain.
Missed the Center for Produce Safety’s Research Symposium in June? No problem. Western Growers experts have condensed the research presentations into actionable insights for agribusinesses in a special four-part webinar series.
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.