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Registering Your Business
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Registering Your Business

Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

This fact sheet will help you learn about how to register your food business in Pennsylvania. More
Working with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
Working with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture - Articles Articles
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratory Services is responsible for enforcing food regulations and inspecting food establishments. More
Before You Start
Before You Start - Articles Articles

Before You Start

Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

Starting any business is no easy task. You'll have to prepare yourself for the hard work and dedication it takes to succeed in the food business. More
Control of Listeria monocytogenes In Mushroom Growing and Packing Environments
Control of Listeria monocytogenes In Mushroom Growing and Packing Environments - Articles Articles
In recent years, awareness of Listeria monocytogenes as a potential microbial contaminant in ready-to-eat foods has increased. More
Home Food Processing
Home Food Processing - Articles Articles

Home Food Processing

Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

Setting up a food-processing business in your home has advantages and disadvantages. This fact sheet provides considerations for how to set up your food-processing business. More
Business Planning
Business Planning - Articles Articles

Business Planning

Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

Before starting your new food business, you need a clear vision of how you want your business to operate; how it will be managed, marketed, financed, and how you expect it to perform in the future. More
Insurance for Food Entrepreneurs
Insurance for Food Entrepreneurs - Articles Articles
Food business owners are held responsible for any harm that comes to employees, visitors who come to your establishment, and consumers who eat your products. More
Project Initiated for Validating Thermal Sanitization of Mushroom Slicers Project Initiated for Validating Thermal Sanitization of Mushroom Slicers - Articles
Listeria bacteria are common in soil, vegetation, water, sewage, silage, and in animal feces. They are also readily found in continuously damp, cool indoor environments such as produce packing houses. More
Registration of Food Facilities Registration of Food Facilities - Articles

Registration of Food Facilities

Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

The Bioterrorism Act of 2002 requires domestic and foreign facilities that manufacture, process, pack, or hold food for human or animal consumption in the United States to register with the FDA. More
Slicer Alert to all Fresh Mushroom Packers and Shippers
Slicer Alert to all Fresh Mushroom Packers and Shippers - Articles Articles
Mushrooom packers and shippers are advised to review their sanitation practices immediately with special focus on the control of Listeria in areas where product cross-contamination can occur. More
Food Labels
Food Labels - Articles Articles

Food Labels

Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

Food label regulations dictate the type of information that must be on the label and where it can be placed on the package. More
Marketing Your Food Product
Marketing Your Food Product - Articles Articles

Marketing Your Food Product

Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

Marketing is more than advertising; it is everything you do to promote your business and your food products, from the moment you conceive of a product to the point at which customers buy it. More
Shared Commercial Kitchens In and Around Pennsylvania
Shared Commercial Kitchens In and Around Pennsylvania - Articles Articles
Shared commercial kitchens, sometimes called kitchen incubators, are commercial kitchens where you can prepare and process your new food product. More
Livestock and Meats
Livestock and Meats - Articles Articles
Adding value to your meat production will require contacting and working with a slaughtering facility or building your own. More
Value-Added Agriculture: Dairy Products
Value-Added Agriculture: Dairy Products - Articles Articles
As of 2014, there were 84 dairy plants producing one or more dairy products in Pennsylvania. More
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