Food Safety & Security Articles

 

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Arizona's Food System Response to COVID-19: Lessons Learned

6/22/2020

This 2-hour panel provides a detailed about of just what happened to Arizona's very complex food system during the early days of the Pandemic.

Communicating COVID19 Farm Safety and Farm Worker Health on the Farm

4/1/2020

Here’s what our Arizona farmers and ranchers are doing to ensure healthy environments for farm workers.

Food Waste Isn't Cool

1/15/2020

Food waste occurs in a variety of ways.

Where We Accept Risk; Where We Don’t

1/10/2019

Since Americans eat an estimated 130 million salads a day, California and Arizona leafy greens farmers, along with shippers, have zero tolerance (sometimes called a “no fail” policy) when it comes to safety in the food safety supply chain.

Food Safety is a Priority for our Farmers and Ranchers

10/19/2018

Arizona families and Americans across the country would be pleased to discover that our produce farmers in Arizona and California take food safety very seriously.

We Pesticide to Our Health Daily!

10/18/2018

In everyday life, we're using pesticides to protect our health. Can you guess what they are? In fact, the everyday pesticide footprint is bigger than agriculture's pesticide footprint.

Fighting Hunger in Arizona with Agriculture's Help

10/10/2018

Arizona has ranked 10th nationally in food insecurity but dropped to 12th in a recent study; we are still 6th in the country for child food insecurity.

Farmers and Ranchers Dig Deep

8/28/2018

Sacrifice carries deep meaning but for military families it’s routine.

Food Safety’s Farm-to-Fork Continuum

8/22/2018

Everyone in the farm-to-fork continuum should keep documentation for one-step back and one-step forward, meaning that they know who they received the product from and they know who they gave it to, the food supply chain.

Arizona Farmers Pleased With Farm Bill Passage in the House

6/21/2018

The Farm Bill is a bill for everyone in Arizona and America,” said Arizona Farm Bureau President Stefanie Smallhouse and Pima County rancher.

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