The federal government took a humble position and brought a big ear to a meeting with growers and others [...]
Those are among the reasons why the main theme of the association’s annual meeting, December 3 to 5, will [...]
Safe food is an unobjectionable term. No one wants unsafe food.
To assure the safety of the produce sold to [...]
Nicole Brunner checks the Gras2p training manual, which can be purchased by any Washington grower.
Photo by Geraldine Warner
Fruit or vegetable packers concerned that their produce may be contaminated with unsafe pathogens will soon have a simple [...]
Water is plentiful in the fruit-growing area along Lake Michigan’s eastern shore, so it’s not scarcity that’s an issue. [...]
Implementing a food safety program for an orchard might seem overwhelming. But with forethought, planning, and willingness to seek [...]
Arsenic in apple juice. Apples, pears, and cherries on the Environmental Working Group’s latest “Dirty Dozen List.” Canned fruit [...]
Food safety means different things to different people—sanitation, temperature control, personal hygiene, quality assurance, regulations—but what it really boils [...]