Produce Safety Training is temporarily cancelled.

Purdue Extension is postponing or cancelling all face-to-face trainings until after July 4, 2020.  You will receive a full refund for this training and please note: Please be patient as your refund is processed by the Purdue Extension - Education Store.  Online payments will be refunded in the same manor they were received.  Check payments will receive a refund check from Purdue University.  Credit/Debit card payments that were conducted via phone will be credited to those same accounts, but the Ed Store will be in contact for the card information.

If additional information is needed, the Education Store will reach out to those individuals.  


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Privately Scheduled Trainings are offered upon request 

Private training courses are a great way to get all of your employees or a group of growers trained at your convenience once on the Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule. Dr. Deering and other instructors will come to your location with all the necessary equipment and provide the training. If you would like to have a private training course for you and your employees or group of growers, please contact Amanda Deering to schedule. 

We hope our efforts will keep those impacted by COVID-19 to a minimum.  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to reach out to me at any time.



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