FSMA Comments for Food Hubs
All food hubs need to understand how to submit their FSMA comments to FDA.
Almost all food hubs are subject to new oversight under the FDA's proposed food safety regulations. These regulations ARE ABLE TO BE CHANGED to better fit your operations, but in order for modifications to suit your needs, you must tell FDA what your needs are.
The means for affecting change is through comments to the FDA. The rules are complicated, and well-reasoned comments will be given more weight as FDA edits the rules.
This webinar is intended to give you the information you need to make a good comment so that regulations meet the need of keeping food safe, but do not seriously negatively affect your business.
Sarah Hackney is the Grassroots Director at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition. She develops and coordinates NSAC’s national grassroots advocacy campaigns on federal food and farm policy in collaboration with NSAC staff and member organizations. Her past work focused on improving small farm viability, increasing fresh food access, and building leadership in rural communities. She holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Dartmouth College.