Food Safety Plan Workshop Set for March 18

3/16/2013 7:00 AM

Penn State Extension will hold an advanced course for farmers writing a food safety plan and for farmers who are considering or require a third party audit 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday, March 18, at the Carbon County Emergency Management Building, 1264 Emergency Lane, Nesquehoning, Pa.

It will be helpful but not necessary if attendees have taken the five-hour course titled Keeping Fresh Produce Safe Using Good Agricultural Practices. The new workshop will go over the basic concepts but is not a repeat of that course.

Cost is $30 per farm. Pre-registration is requested by contacting John Esslinger, Penn State horticulture educator, at 570-784-6660, ext. 21, or cje2<\@>

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