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OfflineEventAttendanceMode Horticultural Crops Research, 2450 Faison Hwy, Clinton, NC 28328, USA Horticultural Crops Research, 2450 Faison Hwy, Clinton, NC 28328, USA Food Safety for Processors 1 year agoRegister with Eventbrite

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Workshop Objectives: 
  1. Understand the importance of food safety, the potential impacts of microorganisms on produce, and the role of cleaning and sanitizing in controlling undesirable microorganisms on the farm and in the packinghouse
  2. Understanding the difference between and importance of cleaning and sanitizing
  3. Understand factors that influence the effectiveness of cleaning and how farm practices can influence cleaning effectiveness
  4. Understand factors that influence the effectiveness of sanitizing and how farm practices can influence sanitizing effectiveness
  5. Understand the applicable Produce Safety Rule requirements, as they apply to the produce industry
  6. Identify food safety hazards associated with farm environment, equipment, buildings and tools
  7. Understand development of master schedules and cleaning and sanitizing standard operating procedures to manage identified hazards and understand the importance of verification and the options for verification activities

Target Audience: Farm personnel with cleaning and sanitizing responsibilities including leading or performing cleaning and sanitizing activities, Extension agents, produce safety educators, industry association representatives, and regulatory agency representatives

Registration Fee: $50.00, $25.00 for each additional attendee from the same farm

Developed & Presented By: NC State University, NC State Extension, NC Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services, and U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Mar 16 2023