On Farm Food Safety References
1Â â€œProduce GAPS Harmonized Food Safety Standard,â€Â United Fresh, Draft Version 8/26/2010.
2Â Canadian Horticultural Council,Â â€œCombined Vegetable Producer, Storage Intermediary and Packer On-Farm Food Safety Manual,â€Â Version 4.0, 2010.
3Â Trevor Suslow, â€œGood Agricultural Practices A Self-Audit for Growers and Handlers,â€ University of California Davis.
4Â Anusuya Rangarajan, Elizabeth A. Bihn, Robert B. Gravani, Donna L. Scott, and Marvin P. Pritts,Â â€œFood Safety Begins on the Farm Good Agricultural Practices for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables A Growerâ€™s Guide: Field Sanitation and Animal Exclusion,â€Â Cornell University.
5Â Community Alliance with Family Farmers, â€œYour Farm: Family Farm Good Agricultural Practices â€œGAPsâ€ and Standard Operating Procedures â€œSOPs,â€ Draft May 3, 2009.
6Â Trevor Suslow,Â â€œKey Points of Control and Management of Microbial Food Safety: Information for Growers, Packers, and Handlers of Fresh-Consumed Horticultural Products,â€Â UC Davis.
7Â â€œAFDO Model Code,â€Â Association of Food and Drug Officials.
8Â Michele Schermann, â€œFSP4U A Food Safety Plan (Template) for You,â€ University of Minnesota.
9Â â€œFood Poisoning: Causes,â€Â FoodSafety.gov.
10Â Atwill, E.R,Â â€œImplications of Wildlife in E. coli Outbreaks Associated with Leafy Green Produce,â€Â 2008.
11Â â€œHow to Comply with Accepted LGMA Food Safety Practices,â€Â Western Growers Association.
12Â James R. Gorny et al.,Â â€œCommodity Specific Food Safety Guidelines for the Production and Harvest of Lettuce and Leafy Greens,â€Â Accessed August 4, 2010.
13Â Penn State University Department of Food Science, â€œUSDA Auditor Guidance,â€ Part 2, pg. 12, November 2009.
14Â United Fresh Produce Association Food Safety and Technology Council, â€œMicrobiological Testing of Fresh Produce.â€
15Â DWR â€“ Southern District Water Well Standards, Part II, Section 8 and A Guide For The Private Well Owner, Santa Clara Valley Water District, County of Santa Clara, Department of Environmental Health. Appendix A.
16Â USDA,Â National Organic Program (NOP) Standard,.
17Â Western Growers Association,Â â€œTechnical Basis Document for Commodity Specific Food Safety Guidelines for the Lettuce and Leafy Greens Supply Chain,â€2nd Edition, Appendix B.
18Â â€œTitle 40 â€“ Protection of Environment CFR Part 503: The Standards for the Use or Disposal of Sewage Sludge,â€Â Electronic Code of Federal Regulations.
19Â â€œCode of Federal Regulations â€“ 29CFR1928.110,â€ Electronic Code of Federal Regulations.
20Â â€œGuidance for Industry: Guide to Minimize Microbial Food Safety Hazards of Leafy Greens,â€Â FDA, Draft Guidance.
21Â Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, â€œOn-Farm Food Safety: Guide to Food Handling,â€ Accessed January 12th 2011.
22Â Earthbound Farm, Standard Operating Procedure 600.
23Â Guidance for Industry Guide to Minimize Microbial Food Safety Hazards for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,â€Â FDA.
24Â Produce Marketnig Association and Western Growers,Â A Growers Guide: Produce Safety Research: A Practical Examination of the Research Presented at Center for Produce Safety 2010 Research Symposium,â€Â pg. 39, 2010.
25Â Marilyn Erickson, Faith Critzer, and Michael Doyle,Â â€œComposting Criteria on Animal Manure,â€Â Produce Safety Project: An Initiative of the Pew Charitable Trusts at Georgetown University.
26Â â€œAllergens,â€Â FoodSafety.gov.