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  • Variety Evaluation
  • Market Development
  • Pest Management
  • Cultural Practices

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Event Details

Date

October 17, 2017

Time

9:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Location

NYS Agricultural Experiment Station
630 W North St, Jordan Hall
Geneva, NY 14456

Cost

$25.00 per person


Host

CVP, Lake Ontario Fruit Team, and NOFA-NY

Robert Hadad
585-739-4065

Pre-Registration Deadline: October 13, 2017

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Farm Food Safety and Purchasing Locally Grown Produce: What's It All Mean?

October 17, 2017

Farm Food Safety and Purchasing Locally Grown Produce: What's It All Mean?

Attention locally-grown food buyers, purchasers, distributors, farm-to-school or -institution programs, chefs, and healthy eating programmers: 
Cornell Cooperative Extension through the Cornell Vegetable Program, the Lake Ontario Fruit Team, and NOFANY is presenting an educational session on farm food safety for all types of locally grown food buyers. 

Every person that buys locally grown produce directly from farmers should have a basic understanding of the food safety guidelines and practices that the farmers follow. What is GAPs and why is it important to me? This training will allow you to ask your questions and you will leave having a clearer understanding of standards, regulatory requirements, and the practices followed by farmers to reduce microbial risk.

This workshop will cover programs like Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) and Harmonized GAPs (HGAPs) as well as the new federal regulations under the Food Safety Modernization Act. We will also discuss the regulations governing locally processed foods.

Cost: $25/attendee

For more information, contact Robert Hadad.




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Meet with the Cornell Vegetable Program Specialist Darcy Telenko every other Tuesday morning to ask questions and share your observations in fresh market vegetables.
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