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FDA and USDA Collaborate to Present Webinars on FSMA Produce Safety Rule to Produce Exporters in Latin America

Throughout July and August, the FDA will offer Webinars followed by live Q&A sessions on the Produce Safety Rule (PSR) and the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) for […]

California reports two citrus pests

The California Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program recently detected sweet orange scab (SOS) in new areas of the state. Besides that, an unofficial lime swallowtail […]

FDA Releases Cyclospora Prevention, Response and Research Action Plan

Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a Cyclospora Prevention, Response and Research Action Plan that outlines FDA’s strategy for reducing the public health burden of foodborne cyclosporiasis […]

What are the supply chain lessons learned from 2020?

Whether corporation or small business, the COVID pandemic has undoubtedly caused the supply chain to buckle. The first few weeks of the nationwide shelter-in-place were a […]

Traceability: What’s Now, What’s Next, and What You Need to Know

As countries all over the world are pushing for stricter regulations on food products and food systems are becoming increasingly globalized, a noticeable trend has come […]

California’s poor water regulation puts pressure on farmers, Western Growers leader says

Drought conditions and tightening regulations on groundwater pumping are putting California’s San Joaquin Valley growers in a vise and forcing them to fallow many acres now, […]

What Are the Common Symptoms of Food Poisoning?

Given that 48,000,000 Americans are sickened with food poisoning every year in this country, every American has most likely had food poisoning. But many people confuse the symptoms […]

Inspiring the next generation to buy more fruits and veggies

Every generation has unique shopping habit shaped by the defining cultural traits of the era they grew up in. While Baby Boomers first experienced the internet […]

Bill Gates is America’s biggest farmer

Bill Gates, the co-founder and CEO of Microsoft Corporation, has been interested in agriculture for a while now. Believe it or not, this has led to Gates […]