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Fruits, Vegetables, Cider, & Juice

Fruit and Vegetable Safety: National GAP's Program and Produce Safety Alliance 

The Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) program provides training and materials that support food safety objectives that reduce identified risks in the production of fruits and vegetables.

The Produce Safety Alliance provides fundamental, science-based, on-farm food safety knowledge to fresh fruit and vegetable farmers, packers, regulatory personnel and others interested in the safety of fresh produce. A major objective of the alliance is to assist the industry in meeting compliance expectations of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). 

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Fruit, Vegetable and Juice Processing and Safety

Fruit, Vegetable and Juice Processing and Safety outreach is focused on the fruit, vegetable and beverage industries in New York State providing expertise in sanitation and processing recommendations for products that have problematic heat resistant molds and bacteria spoilage. Juice HACCP training is offered for the industry in New York State as well as the rest of the US. The next Juice HACCP Certification Course will be held December 11 - 12, 2017 in Ithaca, NY.  This outreach program is accomplished through workshops, conferences and direct contact with food processors.

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Contact: Randy Worobo