OTA is once again joining forces with NSF’s Training and Education division to offer a highly specialized HACCP for the Organic Professional course. This two-day class Sept. 24–25 in Baltimore will provides instruction in the seven principles of HACCP, how they relate to prerequisite and organic certification programs, how to write HACCP and implement plans in organic food environments. If you are an organic grower, processor, certifier, inspector, retailer or distributor, HACCP for the Organic Professional is an excellent professional development opportunity for you. OTA members enjoy discounted registration. Register here for the two remaining seats. For more information, contact Angela Jagiello.
Two spots available in Baltimore HACCP course
September 17, 2013 in All Things Organic
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