Scaling Up in Texas. Part 3. Transportation, Packaging, and Training

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Scaling Up in Texas. Part 3. Transportation, Packaging, and Training

In this series of podcasts, Thomas Schroeder, Sustainable Ag Specialist in the NCAT Southwest office sat down with Pedro Schambon, owner/operator of My Father’s Farm to talk about food safety and scaling up to wholesale markets. My Father’s Farm is a certified organic farm situated on 52 acres in Seguin, Texas, growing year round both in-field and in greenhouse settings.

Pedro talks in depth about the changes that they needed to make to their facilities, practices and overall approach to food safety, GAP and FSMA as they made the transition from CSA/Farmer’s Market grower to Wholesale producer. In this episode, he talks about changes the farm made to safely transport, package, and trace its produce as well as advice for new farmers.

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