Regulatory Routes to Purchasing Michigan Meat

July 13, 2017

This infographic is designed to help both buyers and sellers of meat understand meat processing regulation in Michigan.
 

For more information about challenges and opportunities for small meat processors in Michigan, as well as suggestions to increase the volume of meat that is moved within the Michigan value chain, see Developing Michigan Meat Processing, Part 1: Processing and Regulation

Regulatory Routes to Purchasing Michigan Meat 

This publication was produced with the support of the United States Department of Agriculture’s, Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (USDA AFRI), AFRI award number 2014-68006-21870.

 


Related Topic Areas

Michigan Good Food Charter, Financing Farming in the U.S., Michigan Food Hub Learning and Innovation Network, Michigan Meat Network, Michigan Good Food Fund, Food and Community Connections


Authors

Noel Bielaczyc

Noel Bielaczyc
517-432-0093
bielacz1@msu.edu

Jeannine Schweihofer

Jeannine Schweihofer
810-989-6935
grobbelj@msu.edu

Judith Barry

Judith Barry
517-432-0308
barryjud@msu.edu

Steve Miller

Steve Miller
517-355-2153
mill1707@msu.edu

Jude Barry, Steve Miller, Jeannine Schweihofer


For more information visit:

Center for Regional Food Systems

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