University of Hawaii at Manoa GAP Coaching Program
PMA, CPMA, United Fresh Produce
Trevor Suslow, Ph.D. University of California - Davis
A form developed by FDA for use in the domestic survey follow-ups and outbreak tracebacks.
This paper examines an economic efficient method of formulating and implementing traceability regulations in the fruit and vegetable industry. Choices 21(4). American Agricultural Economics Association. April 2006.
Country of origin labeling (COOL) requires labeling for muscle cuts and ground beef, veal, lamb, pork, goat, chicken, farm-raised and wild fish, shellfish, fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, peanuts, pecans, macadamia nuts and ginseng that states the country of origin. This mandatory measure was implemented March 16, 2009, by USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service