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• Farms that grow, harvest, pack or hold most produce in raw or natural state (raw agricultural commodities) • Farms and “farm” portions of mixed-type facilities • Domestic and imported produce • Farms with annual sales > $25,000 per year • Limitations on coverage are proposed • Estimated number of covered farms: U.S.: 40,496; Foreign: 14,927 Covered Produce • “Produce” defined as fruits and vegetables • Produce includes mushrooms, sprouts, herbs and tree nuts • Produce does not include grains • Some limitations on covered produce Limitations on Coverage • Produce for personal or on-farm consumption • Produce not a Raw Agricultural Commodity • Certain produce rarely consumed raw • Produce that will receive commercial processing • Farms with sales of ≤ $25,000 per year • Qualified exemption and modified requirements Standards for Produce Safety Focus on 5 identified routes of microbial contamination 1. (...) Education and Technical Assistance -1- • Alliances – Produce Safety – Preventive Controls – Sprouts Safety • Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN) Partnerships and leveraging are essential. (...) Covered Produce Limitations on Coverage Standards for Produce Safety Qualitative Assessment of Risk Reflects Science Behind Rule Alternatives Permitted Variances Provide Flexibility Recordkeeping Required But Not Burdensome Compliance Dates Staggered Compliance Dates Preventive Controls for Human Food Summary of Requirements Who would be Covered?
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Score: 465715.43 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/sps_e/us_fsma_briefing_e.pdf
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Packaging Mangoes must be packed in such a way as to protect the produce properly. The materials used inside the package must be clean and of a quality such as to avoid causing any external or internal damage to the produce. (...) Identification code (optional)2. 6.2.2 Nature of Produce Name of the produce if the contents are not visible from the outside. (...) Identification code (optional)2. 6.2.2 Nature of Produce Name of the produce if the contents are not visible from the outside.
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Score: 465617.3 - https://unece.org/DAM/trade/ag...CE_CodexStdsMango_Surapong.pdf
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REMESA: RECOMSA Library english français REMESA REPIVET RELABSA RECOMSA RESEPSA Home RECOMSA Objectives RECOMSA Meetings RECOMSA Library RECOMSA Events RECOMSA Library 29 Nov 2013 Libya Communication Plan in Animal Health in the frameof REMESA/RECOMSA Country/Area: Author: Network: RECOMSA Produced by: Language: English Submitted by: 29 Nov 2013 Communication Plan_Egypt Country/Area: Author: Network: RECOMSA Produced by: Language: English Submitted by: 27 Nov 2013 Bulletin des Services Vétérinaires BSV1 / Tunisie Country/Area: Tunisia Author: Direction Générale des Services Vétérinaires Network: RECOMSA Produced by: Direction Générale des Services Vétérinaires Language: English Submitted by: Dr Hajer KILANI 6 Sep 2012 Bulletin Sanitaire Vétérinaire du mois de juillet 2012- Algérie Country/Area: Algeria Author: Direction des Services Vétérinaires -Algérie Network: RECOMSA Produced by: Direction des Services Vétérinaires -Algérie Language: English Submitted by: Direction des Services Vétérinaires -Algérie 10 Apr 2011 Recognizing PPR Country/Area: Author: FAO/EMPRES Network: RECOMSA Produced by: FAO/EMPRES Language: English Submitted by: ECTAD NA Communication Unit 10 Apr 2011 Recognizing Rift Valley Fever Country/Area: Author: FAO / AGA Network: RECOMSA Produced by: FAO / AGA Language: English Submitted by: 10 Apr 2011 Preparation of Rift Valley Fever Contingency Plans Country/Area: Author: FAO / EMPRES Network: RECOMSA Produced by: FAO / EMPRES Language: English Submitted by: ECTAD NA Communication Unit 6 Apr 2011 Familiy Poultry Communications Country/Area: Author: FAO & INFPD Network: RECOMSA Produced by: FAO & INFPD Language: English Submitted by: ECTAD-NA Communication Unit 24 Mar 2011 Rift Valley fever / Fact sheet Country/Area: Author: WHO Network: RECOMSA Produced by: WHO Media Centre Language: English Submitted by: ECTAD Communication http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs207/en/index.html 30 Jan 2011 HPAI Teacher Guide Country/Area: Author: AED Network: RECOMSA Produced by: AED Language: English Submitted by: Daniel Grégoire 1 2 © 2012 REMESA RSS   •  Privacy Policy  •  FAQ  •  Contact Us   •  Login
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Score: 465530 - https://www.fao.org/remesanetw...rk/recomsa/recomsa-library/en/
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Library Training and Learning Center Member area News & Events Login Register Packages Individual materials Technical Handbooks for Small-Scale Seed Producers 2010 This package of handbooks provides a complete and comprehensive set of training manuals for the development and improvement of small-scale seed producers. In particular it looks at producing bean seeds, bean disease and pest identification and management, business skills for small-scale seed producers and also includes a trainer’s guide. The handbooks are written for the training of  small-scale seed producing companies, individual farmers specialising in production of bean seed, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Community Based Organisations (CBOs), extension workers and other service providers assisting seed producing farmer groups.
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Score: 464960.55 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ng-center/details/en/c/276597/
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Library Training and Learning Center Member area News & Events Login Register Packages Individual materials Technical Handbooks for Small-Scale Seed Producers 2010 This package of handbooks provides a complete and comprehensive set of training manuals for the development and improvement of small-scale seed producers. In particular it looks at producing bean seeds, bean disease and pest identification and management, business skills for small-scale seed producers and also includes a trainer’s guide. The handbooks are written for the training of  small-scale seed producing companies, individual farmers specialising in production of bean seed, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Community Based Organisations (CBOs), extension workers and other service providers assisting seed producing farmer groups.
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Score: 464960.55 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ing-center/details/en/c/276597
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Micro, small and medium-scale forest enterprises English Français Español FAO Home Forestry Micro, small and medium-scale forest enterprises Forest producer organizations Market Analysis & Development Other activities Case studies and working papers Micro, small and medium-scale forest enterprises send by email Forest producer organizations More than 1.5 billion smallholders throughout the world depend on forest and farm landscapes to produce food, fuel, timber and non-wood forest products (NWFPs) to meet their subsistence needs and generate cash income. (...) Many of these smallholders and community groups are mobilized to work collectively in different types of producer organizations. ©Marvin Camposeco, Momostenango, Guatemala Producer organizations are formal or informal associations that use forests, lands and natural resources; build enterprises and value chains for forest products; and increase income and well-being while reducing poverty. (...) FAO’s main activities on forest producer organizations include: @FAO/Issifou Aboudoumisamilou, Tove Ati, Togo Support forestry's contributions to reducing rural poverty in ways which are sustainable by promoting policy and capacity development in countries for more effective organizations of small-scale forest producers.
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Score: 464901.3 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/enterprises/99235/en/
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Reduce your food waste Every year we are wasting a third of all the food we produce. This means we are also wasting the resources (such as water, labour, transport) that went into producing it! (...) When you throw away your food, you are wasting the water resources that went into producing it. For example, it takes 50 litres of water to produce one orange! (...) By buying local produce, you support family farmers and small businesses in your community.
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Score: 464830.27 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1174739/
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The main recommendations are: ■ Cooperatives of individual producers need promoting to provide technical assistance services to the poorest producers. ■ Producers with special training could share new technologies with small scale producers to help overcome language differences and low education levels that impede the transfer of knowledge. ■ Staff with specialist micro-enterprise knowledge can help foster development of this sector. (...) In response, IFAD has promoted an extension methodology based on transferring knowledge from specially trained producers – innovative producers – to other members of the community. Making use of the shared language of producers, the good relationships that exist among community members and the innovative producers themselves facilitate the dissemination of new technologies and production systems amongst poor producers.
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Score: 464807.3 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...c2-6f80-44ff-8ff8-b53bdd2c0064
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Financial Services Europa Mundo Vacaciones SL Travel & Leisure Empower N/A Enauta Energia S.A. Oil & Gas Producers EnFlow Holding AS Aqua, Marine & Flow Solutions Evolution Environmental Asset Management Financial Services Envisible Support Services Equinor Oil and Gas Producers ERM Support Services Fuerte Group Hotels Travel & Leisure Fundación Sieneva Non-Profit Gard AS Insurance Global Sea Mineral Resources Industry Metals and Mining Government Pension Fund Norway Government Grieg Maturitas AS Industrial Transportation Grieg Seafood ASA Food Producers Grupo Calvo Food Producers Grupo Conservas Garavilla Food Producers Grupo Consorcio Food Producers Hilton Food Group Food Producers Iberdrola Energy Kongsberg Gruppen ASA General Industrial Knoll Printing & Packaging Inc. (...) Construction and Materials New England Aquarium Non-Profit New Zealand King Salmon Food Producers Nor-Shipping Support Services Nordic Mining Industrial Metals and Mining Norges Bank Investment Management Equity Investment Instruments Norvestor Advisory AS Financial Services Nueva Pescanova S.L Food Producers Nova Sea AS Food Producers GIEK, the Norwegian Export Credit Guarantee Agency Financial Services Norwegian Ship Owners Association Not Applicable Ocean Bottle Consumer Products OceanPrime Food Producers Odfjell SE Industrial Transportation OPAGAC Food Producers Ørsted A/S Energy PepsiCo Consumer Products PetStar S.A.P.I de C.V. Consumer Products PRESSERV Energy Rigual, SA Industrial Transporation Salmones Camanchaca S.A.  Food Producers Scientifik and Production Company Krok-1 Support Services Servar GM S.L.
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Score: 464807.3 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or.../take-action/ocean/signatories
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The tobacco can be grown, produced, processed and distributed in accordance with the provisions of this Law. (...) The records under paragraph 1 herein must contain the data on producer, quantity, type, varieties, class and total purchase price paid for tobacco that was produced or took over. (...) THE REGISTER OF THE PRODUCERS, IMPORTERS, TRADERS, BRANDS AND THE PRICES Article 30.
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Score: 464716.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/hrv_e/WTACCHRV53_LEG_1.pdf
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