WHAT'S NEW Covid-19 Updates
stop-the-spread-of-germs.pdf (updated 3-27-2020)
ESSENTIAL FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL EMPLOYEE (002).pdf (updated 3-27-2020)
The World Health Organizationrecipe 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/ . (Updated 3-27-2020)
03262020On Farm Readiness Reviews.pdf (uploaded 3-4-2020)
Hygienic Design on the Farm (video developed March 2020)
Safe Produce Indiana has also created several short videos about FSMA regulations compliance. They include the following:
Vegetable Crop Hotline A newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service
Below is a list of additional informational resources regarding the Produce Safety Rule and food safety in general.
Land Use Issues
Exemptions and Exclusions
What is a Retail Food Establishment
Retail Food Establishment Fact Sheet
Definition of a Qualified End User:
User A qualified end-user is either: (1) the consumer of the food or (2) a restaurant or retail food establishment that is located in the same state or the same Indian reservation as the farm or not more than 275 miles away. Instead, these farms are required to include their name and complete business address either on the label of the produce that would otherwise be covered (if a label is required under the FD&C Act and its implementing regulations) or to display the same information at the point-of-purchase. These farms are also required to establish and keep certain documentation (See § 112.7).
Produce farms that are covered under the FSMA Produce Safety Rule are required to register with the Indiana State Department of Health by filling out the Registration Form for Produce Farms and send it to the address at the top of the form.
completed forms can be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to Food Protection Program 100 N. Senate Avenue, N855 Indianapolis, IN 46207. Upon receipt, ISDH will issue a new certification of registration to your establishment.
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