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Home  >  Food Safety  >   Farm Food Safety Organic Federal Co-Compliance Chart for Crop Producers (Summary)

Farm Food Safety Organic Federal Co-Compliance Chart for Crop Producers


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By NCAT Specialists

Published: November 2016

Updated: n/a



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This chart intends to provide farmers with the understanding they need to design, implement, and document compliant practices with federal regulations for both food safety and organic certification. ALBA/NCAT's On-Farm Food Safety and Organic Certification Guide for Crop Producers, parallels this chart to provide more detailed explanation.

Table of Contents

Organizations that assist with food safety and organic compliance
The FSMA Qualified Exemption
Regulatory References
Other Resources

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.


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