March 27, 2019
W 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Cornell AgriTech (formerly known as the NYS Ag Experiment Station)
Jordan Hall, 630 W North St
Geneva, NY 14456
$20.00 CVP enrollee
(additional attendee $20.00 ea.)
$30.00 non-CVP enrollee
(additional attendee $30.00 ea.)
HostCornell Vegetable Program
email Robert Hadad
EVENT HAS PASSED
Produce Safety School -- Sanitary Design and Practice Considerations for Your FarmMarch 27, 2019
This is a full-day program focusing on putting farm food safety into daily production practices. Participants will learn why and how to clean, sanitize, and dry produce. Hygienic designs and applications will be covered in detail.
Speakers include Chris Callahan and Andrew Chamberlin from UVM Extension, Elizabeth Bihn and Elizabeth Demmings from the Produce Safety Alliance, and Robert Hadad from the CCE Cornell Vegetable Program.
Introduction to Produce Safety
Cleaning - the "how's and why's"
Sanitizing - "how's and why's"
Drying - "how's and why's"
- Visible and Reachable Surfaces
- Smooth and Cleanable Surfaces
- No Collection Points
- Compatible Materials
- Preventing Contamination
- Tools and Practices
- Greens Spinners - Comparison using evaluation checklist
- Using SOP's for hard to clean equipment
- Barrel Washer
- Brush Washer
COST includes lunch:
$20 Cornell Vegetable Program enrollees. (Want to enroll in the Cornell Vegetable Program? See Enrollment for more information or contact your local Cornell Cooperative Extension office.)
REGISTER NOW! For more information, contact Robert Hadad.