JENIFER BUCKLEY
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Webinar: Intro and Video

Working with Your Food Safety Inspector

A Webinar for Michigan’s Small Food Processors

Presented May 13, 2013, at Michigan State University


Introduction

Small-scale food processing is a growing trend in Michigan, and meeting food safety regulations is essential to operating a successful food processing business. This panel discussion brought together representatives of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and small Michigan processors.

 

Panelists:

  • Pearl Brown, Baker and Founder, Old Mission Multigrain, Traverse City, Mich.
  • Laurie Sorensen, Food Safety Inspector, Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Sue Spagnuolo, Cheesemaker and Founder, Greenbush Farms and Dolce Vita Dairy, St. Johns, Mich.
  • Gordon Robinson, Dairy Supervisor, Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Moderator: Jenifer Buckley, PhD Candidate, Michigan State University, Department of Community Sustainability


Video

Production by WKAR. Subsequent post-production editing used Handbrake and Camtasia for Mac.

Duration: 90 minutes

Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed within this video are solely those of the individual speaker. They do not necessarily reflect the views of other webinar participants or the views of the producers, funders, co-sponsors, the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, or Michigan State University.