"The LGMA took a good growing operation and made it even better."
Alicia Coronado, Huntington Farms
LGMA Can Aid in Enforcement of Federal Food Safety Laws for Leafy Greens Today, the California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) submitted its official comments on the Food Safety Modernization Act’s proposed Produce Safety Rule. The comments focus on a number of suggestions to strengthen...Read More >
The California LGMA will be hosting a series of workshops (English and Spanish) starting late in October 2013 In growing regions throughout the state. The workshops will cover the changes made in Arizona and California with regard to the Metrics and Checklist documents. The changes address...Read More >
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement has just issued its Annual Report for the fiscal year spanning April 1, 2012 through March 31, 2013. Importantly, in 2012 the LGMA continued to see improvements in audited food safety performance by its more than 100 signatory members. In a total of...Read More >
More than four years ago, the California LGMA was involved in an effort that would allow leafy greens producers in other states to voluntarily sign on to a food safety program similar to the one here...Read More >
As the deadline nears for submitting comments to FDA on its proposed Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule, there is a growing outcry from a number of farm groups who want to delay or...Read More >
The LGMA submitted today comments to the FDA on the Food Safety Modernization Act’s proposed Produce Safety Rule. First and foremost, we are asking FDA to utilize the California and Arizona LGMAs to...Read More >