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Series II Workshops of GAPs and GHPs
Series II Workshops Flyer

The second workshop of Good Agricultural Practices and Good Handling Practices series will be held

Sample Forms for the Transportation Decision Tree
Transportation van

Sample Forms for the Transportation Decision Tree

Sample Forms for the Traceability Decision Tree
Farm land

Sample Forms for the Traceability Decision Tree

Sample Forms for the Sanitation and Postharvest Handling Decision Tree
Fresh picked peaches

Sample Forms for the Sanitation and Postharvest Handling Decision Tree

Sample Forms for the Postharvest Water Decision Tree
Dripping faucet
Sample Forms for the Postharvest Water Decision Tree
Sample Forms for the Agricultural Water for Production Decision Tree
Gathering water sample
Sample Forms for the Agricultural Water for Production Decision Tree
Sample Forms for the Wildlife and Animal Management Decision Tree
Ducks on land
Sample Forms for the Wildlife and Animal Management Decision Tree
Sample Forms for the Soil Amendments Decision Tree
Soil with plant
Sample Forms for the Soil Amendments Decision Tree
Sample Forms for the Land Use Decision Tree
Land
Sample Forms for Land Use Decision Tree
Sample Forms for the Worker Health and Training Decision Tree
Worker sanitizing coolers
Sample forms for Worker Health and Training
Decision Tree Glossary
Farmland
Glossary of terms for the Decision Trees and How to Write a Standard Operating Procedure
How to Use the Decision Trees
Farm Food Safety Decision Trees
Gives information and links to the Decision Trees
Food Safety and You: Listeriosis
listeiosis
Listeriosis is a rare but serious illness caused by eating food contaminated with the bacteria. About 1,600 people in the United States get sick from listeria each year. It is the third leading cause of death from food poisoning. (PDF Format Only)
Recent E.coli outbreak calls attention to food safety rules
(Distributed 06/25/12) The recent outbreak of foodborne illness in several southern states, including the death of a young girl in New Orleans, calls attention to the need for individuals to follow food safety practices, says LSU AgCenter nutritionist Beth Reames.