FSMA Training for
Small Food Processors
October 25, 2019 | 8:30am-4:30pm
Cornell AgriTech, Food Research Lab, Room G34,
665 W. North St., Geneva, NY 14456
Cornell’s Food Venture Center is holding an upcoming training for Small Food Processors to help them navigate the new regulatory requirements under the Food Safety
Modernization Act (FSMA) that went into effect as of September 2018.
Did you know that the new federal regulations for small food processors under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) are in effect as of September 2018? Do you know what is required of you or your facility as a New York State food manufacturer?
During this one-day introductory course, the experts at Cornell’s Food Venture Center will explain the new food safety exemption requirements for Small Businesses. Get the information and tools you need to make your operation comply with the FDA rules for selling safe products to the public.
Topics learned in this course will also be foundational for upcoming more advanced courses offered by the Food Venture Center.
Topics covered will include: -Food Safety & Current Good Manufacturing Practices Food Preservation Food Packaging/Reduced Oxygen Packaging Legal Requirements for Food Processors & Facilities Working with State Inspectors & FDA
It is a pilot program supported by USDA NIFA’s Food Safety Outreach Program, so AgriTech is able to offer this full-day course at a reduced price of $25/person (includes lunch). For more details, visit https://files.constantcontact.com/e2033de0101/016bac24-afbe-4d08-8b9d-6085bf78a88f.pdf. To register, call 315-787-2255 by October 18, 2019. Space limited to 24 attendees.