Last week, thirteen public interest organizations sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over the agency’s alleged failure to regulate factory farm pollution under the Clean Water Act.
I’ve watched the new Netflix documentary, Poisoned: The Dirty Truth about Your Food. Netflix said that this film was the fourth most viewed nationwide as of August 3.
Today the California LGMA announced it has initiated a 2-year food safety study called ‘Romaine Test & Learn.’
LGMA members work to provide the safest leafy greens on the market through a rigorous set of food safety practices that are verified by audits conducted by the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
The California LGMA has issued its latest Annual Report which summarizes the activities of the organization and its membership from April 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has released this season’s temporary import requirements for Salinas Valley lettuce. The requirements are the same as for the 2021 season, although the time frame has changed.
Nearly ten years ago the California LGMA partnered with STOP Foodborne Illness to create a motivational training video for leafy greens producers.
The LGMA Food Safety Programs in Arizona and California have conducted an initial review of FDA’s water rule proposal and have determined that the LGMA requirements appear to meet and exceed what is in the proposed new rule.
Yesterday the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced it will accept either pre-harvest or finished product testing as part of its requirements for importing romaine lettuce into Canada between September 30 and December 31, 2021.
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement has a new Compliance Officer.