Safe Produce Indiana serves fruit and vegetable growers and consumers in the state by educating them about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule. In order to achieve this goal, we have gathered together resources that address the FDA, the FSMA, the Produce Safety Rule, the Produce Safety Alliance, water safety and compliance training.​

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Learn About FSMA
Learn more about the Food Safety Modernization Act and Produce Safety rules.
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Get Trained
Join us at various workshops through Purdue Extension.
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Contact Us
Contact us with questions about FSMA or the Safe Produce Indiana program.

Purdue Extension is offering Face-to-Face and Remote Delivery trainings  

(updated 1/20/2021) 

Contact Amanda Deering at adeering@purdue.edu to schedule private training. 

About Safe Produce Indiana 

Agricultural Worker and Employees   Interim Guidance from CDC and the U.S. Department of Labor (updated 06/02/2020)

FDA Provides Flexibility to Farms Regarding Eligibility for the Qualified Exemption Under the Produce Safety Rule (updated 02/02/2021)

The World Health Organization recipe for making homemade hand sanitizer. This and a lot more information can be found at the IN-Prep website at https://extension.purdue.edu/INPREPared/coronavirus/ .

If additional information is needed in regards to registration contact the Education Store.  

Purdue Extension | The Education Store |  765-496-6398 | edustore@purdue.edu | The Ed Store Online

Agricultural Information Distribution Center | 301 S. 2nd St. | Lafayette, IN 47901 


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