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If you look at what being FSMA compliant means, it really comes down to defining gaps in your current food safety systems, updating your programs to fill those gaps, and implementing an ongoing program backed up by comprehensive program documentation and record keeping.

Rosalinda Cerna

Food Safety


The Times…They are Changing

Regardless of your role in the supply chain we have all had to adapt to internal and external forces in order to insure that our ultimate consumers are provided with not only the freshest but also the safest produce available anywhere in the world. 42 more words


When is an AR an agent?

A recent case looked at the extent to which there is an agency relationship between an AR and its principal. In the case, an AR entered into a client agreement  with the claimant under which it arranged an investment in a company. 228 more words


Preventive Controls Compliance Dates for Some Huller/Shellers

This helpful article from the Almond Board of California includes information about extended compliance dates available to some huller/shellers that would align their Preventive Controls Rule with their Produce Safety Rule, starting in 2018. 7 more words

Reinforce Your Good Agricultural Practices to Comply with the Produce Safety Rule

Most growers will need to comply with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) over the next few years (see our last blog). Thankfully, while the FDA establishes standards to follow, they have not mandated specific documents or procedures. 956 more words

FSMA for Almond Farming Operations

It’s Not Who You Are. It’s Who the FDA Says You Are.

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has arrived. Depending on your almond operation, the Compliance Date may be rolling out in just a few months or may be past due. 774 more words