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  • Nov 15

    Investigating Food with Science - Nov. 15th

    November 15, 2021 4:00PM – 4:30PM Zoom

    Learn interesting facts about food, where it comes from, the science behind it, and food safety tips with a fun, kid-friendly recipe or food experiment demonstrated each week.

  • Nov 1

    Investigating Food with Science - Nov. 1st

    November 1, 2021 4:00PM – 4:30PM Zoom

    Learn interesting facts about food, where it comes from, the science behind it, and food safety tips with a fun, kid-friendly recipe or food experiment demonstrated each week.

  • Nov 29

    Investigating Food with Science - Nov. 29th

    November 29, 2021 4:00PM – 4:30PM Zoom

    Learn interesting facts about food, where it comes from, the science behind it, and food safety tips with a fun, kid-friendly recipe or food experiment demonstrated each week.

  • Dec 6

    Investigating Food with Science - Dec. 6th

    December 6, 2021 4:00PM – 4:30PM Zoom

    Learn interesting facts about food, where it comes from, the science behind it, and food safety tips with a fun, kid-friendly recipe or food experiment demonstrated each week.

  • GAP compliant worker training: Doing it right every time

    Published on June 28, 2011
    Are you sharing the right information as part of your worker training to be GAP compliant? Find out if you have all your food safety bases covered.

  • Workshop on TRACEABILITY for Michigan fruit growers

    Published on April 18, 2011
    Learn how to comply with the new traceability requirements covering the entire food production chain

  • Is GroupGAP right for you?

    Published on May 25, 2016
    What are the benefits of pursuing GAP certification as part of a group?

  • The Law of the Preventive Controls for Human Food Rule

    This course focuses on understanding the human and animal food rules of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The course offers an in-depth look at the relationship between the FDA, industry, consumer interest groups, and science communities. Students will learn the major provisions of the Rule, evaluate FDA’s limitations, explore animal feed changes, examine current issues in food law pertaining to FSMA, and investigate the intersection between science and law.

  • What is GAP?

    Published on March 20, 2012
    Producers in the Upper Peninsula will have two opportunities to learn how they can incorporate Good Agricultural Practices into their farming processes.

  • Avoiding automatic failure of a GAP audit

    Published on March 18, 2011
    New factsheet covers the ways growers can automatically fail an audit and suggests ways of avoiding them

  • Free texting service helps growers teach workers about produce safety

    Published on September 16, 2021
    To help growers and supervisors overcome produce safety challenges, MSU Extension has created a free farm worker-focused, on-farm produce safety texting service.

  • Food Safety Certification & Standard Operating Procedures for Your Hub Webinar

    Published on March 5, 2015
    Hannah Mellion is the Program Director for Food System Enterprise at Farm Fresh RI, a non-profit growing the local food system in Rhode Island. She works with Farm Fresh’s aggregation and distribution programs, including Market Mobile and Veggie Box.

  • What is considered a farm under the FSMA Produce Safety Rule?

    Published on June 18, 2018
    The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule defines a farm by its activities of growing, harvesting, packing or holding crops. Let’s explore some of the small but challenging aspects of that very simple definition.

  • Mollie Woods

    Director, MSU Product Center
    willi751@msu.edu

  • Food Safety Plan Template

    This template is a great place to start when it comes to writing a farm food safety plan, and can be easily tailored to your specific farm. Template created by Landen Tetil, a Michigan Produce Safety Technician.

  • Remember all risk types when developing a food safety plan

    Published on July 22, 2013
    When creating food safety plans for produce farms, many only seem to dwell on things that cause sickness or diarrhea when assessing risk. In reality, food safety risks can be biological, chemical or physical in nature.

  • Farm Safety

    Farming is one of the most dangerous occupations in the United States. MSU Extension offers resources for farmers who want to reduce risk and harm on their agricultural operations.

  • How long do I keep all this food safety paperwork?

    Published on August 27, 2014
    With the amount of produce food safety paperwork generated by growers, it is easy to forget how long to keep something. Growers should know the standard minimum length to keep food safety records based on the Food Safety Modernization Act.