Tim York was named as the new CEO of the California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) during today’s Board of Directors meeting.
LGMA seems to be saying that romaine safety cannot be guaranteed by current testing methods, which is not the kind of impression that the industry probably wants to leave.
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement has launched a new website dedicated to everything you need to know about lettuce and leafy greens.
Last year the Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement approved significant changes to improve the safety of water used in farming leafy greens.
A survey of LGMA member companies operating shows that producers are capable of quickly tracking product involved in an outbreak or recall.
In a year of unparalleled tragedies stemming from the pandemic to California wildfires, lettuce farmers in California and Arizona are taking action to prevent foodborne illness outbreaks.
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement Board voted last week to accept several updates to required food safety practices for the farming of leafy greens.
A special new subcommittee has been appointed by the California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement to focus on how land adjacent to leafy greens farms may be contributing to foodborne illness outbreaks associated with romaine lettuce.
California leafy greens growers are pledging to incorporate findings from a report issued today by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration into its ongoing process to strengthen required food safety practices on farms.
Sacramento, CA, May 11, 2020 -The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) BB #:210653 announced today …