Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) Consulting

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CFSA offers one-on-one training to help Carolina growers become USDA-GAPs certified

Take advantage of our one-on-one training opportunity to have a mock audit conducted on your farm.  This training will help you identify potential risks and get an assessment of your current practices in relation to the GAPs certification matrix.

 

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NEW! CFSA Expands the Local Produce Safety Initiative into South Carolina 
CFSA can now provide direct consulting assistance to South Carolina growers seeking Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Certification. We will also be conducting GAP workshops throughout South Carolina starting in November 2016.

 

As part of our Local Produce Safety Initiative, we offer one-on-one site training and consultations including:

 

1) Conducting a Risk Assessment
2) Conducting a Mock Audit
3) Food Safety Plan Review
4) On-Site Food Safety Training
5) Audit Support

 

To qualify for services you must:

1) Be a current CFSA member prior to scheduling your consultation. Join CFSA today!

2) Submit a Good Agricultural Practices Consulting application.

3) Be willing to complete surveys and provide information on how participation in the program has impacted your operation.

  

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QUESTIONS?

Trish Tripp
Local Produce Safety Manager
919.542.2402
Email Trish

 

Since launching LPSI in North Carolina in 2011, CFSA has provided training to over 500 workshop participants and one-on-one consulting to 60+ specialty crop farmers. Over fifty program participants passed a USDA GAPs audit. The success of the program has been due to dedicated growers, strong partnerships with our collaborators (NCSU, NC Cooperative Extension, NC Growing Together) and our funders.

Funding for this work is provided by the Southern Risk Management Education Center, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund, The Wallace Center, and the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

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