Priority for On Farm Consultation services will be based on:
· Attendance to PSA grower training
· Farm information entered into Texas’ Farm Inventory Survey
NOTE: If you are unsure if you are covered by the Produce Safety Rule. You can use the FSMA Produce Safety Rule Exemption Guide to help determine whether you are exempt from the rule or not.
NOTE: You MUST complete the Produce Safety Alliance Growers Training course in order to fulfill the requirements by FSMA. Click here for a schedule of upcoming courses
Click here to see a schedule of Sprouts Safety Alliance grower training sessions
NOTE: Click here to fill out the Texas Farm Inventory Survey.
Full Service Visit:
Includes PSR mandated records review and a comprehensive on farm walk around to observe on farm activities of covered produce.
Includes PSR mandated records review and at least two of the following subparts of the produce safety rule:
Subpart C: Personnel Qualifications & Training
Subpart D: Health and Hygiene
Subpart E: Agricultural Water*
Subpart F: Biological Soil Amendment of Animal Origin
Subpart I: Domestic and Wild Animals
Subpart K: Growing, Harvesting, Packing, and Holding Activities
Subpart L: Equipment, Tools, Building, and Sanitation
Subpart M: Sprouts (as appropriate)
Subpart O: Records
* Subpart is currently under review with FDA and not subject to inspection
PLEASE READ: Submission of this form acknowledges that all areas or conditions identified during the consultation visit as "Needing Improvement" (NI) must be corrected; failure to do so may result in possible enforcement actions.