On-Farm Food Safety

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There are nine (9) Decision Trees to help you prioritize your farm food safety practices and begin to build your own farm food safety plan.

The nine (9) Decision Trees are:

1. Worker Health, Hygiene, and Training
2. Land Use
3. Soil Amendments
4. Wildlife and Animal Management
5. Agricultural Water for Production
6. Postharvest Water
7.Sanitation and Postharvest Handling
8. Traceability
9. Transportation

Click the tree for detailed information on the purpose of the Decision Trees and simple 'Yes' or 'No' questions that help you assess your practices.

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