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Center for Produce Safety gets show of support from Dole Food Co.

Dole Food Co. Vice President Food Safety and Quality Natalie Dyenson is frank about the two-sided coin that motivated her company to contribute $750,0... READ MORE »

2021 CPS Research Symposium set by Center for Produce Safety

The 2021 Center for Produce Safety Research Symposium will take place online in a series of five weekly webinars beginning Tuesday, June 22. All se... READ MORE »

Center for Produce Safety funds UGA food science produce safety research

Three University of Georgia food scientists are among the recipients of grants awarded by the Center for Produce Safety (CPS) as part of its $2.7 mill... READ MORE »

Wish Farms contributes $100,000 to Center for Produce Safety

Wish Farms has committed to a donation of $100,000 to the Center for Produce Safety (CPS). The CPS research campaign focuses on prevention of foodbo... READ MORE »

Center for Produce Safety selects BioSafe Systems for study

The Center for Produce Safety has chosen BioSafe Systems' SaniDate 5.0 and SaniDate 12.0 as participating chemistries in multiple research studies ... READ MORE »

Center for Produce Safety announces $20,000,000 campaign

Since its inception in 2007, the Center for Produce Safety (CPS) has provided $16.4 million to fund produce safety research. To expand this work, the... READ MORE »

Vermont’s marketing campaign marks farms’ focus on food safety

This summer, the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets’ Produce Program partnered with growers to celebrate the steps they take to... READ MORE »

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Drought-impacted producers get RMA-authorized emergency procedures

The USDA is authorizing emergency procedures to help agricultural producers impacted by extreme drought conditions. USDA’s Risk Management Agency  ... READ MORE »

Produce Handling Facility debuts at North Carolina State University

North Carolina  agricultural interests have invested in a facility that supports research and Extension programs focusing in research data collection... READ MORE »

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