Michigan Produce Safety Farm Survey

The FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule (21 CFR § 112) is a major overhaul to our nation’s food safety practices and includes new mandatory regulations for farms and facilities that grow, harvest, pack, or store produce typically eaten raw.

As a result, FSMA impacts many Michigan produce growers and businesses, and we, at the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), are focusing efforts to assist you in understanding how your farm may be affected and what steps you need to take to be in compliance as the new law is rolled out.

If you have questions about this survey or your status, contact Kristin Esch, MDARD, Produce Safety Specialist, at eschk@michigan.gov or 517-930-6592.

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* 1. If you have received a paper copy of this survey, please provide the ID code printed in the top right corner of page 1:

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* 2. Do you have a farm or produce business located in Michigan?