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Recent outbreaks of food-borne illnesses have increased public awareness of food contamination. Although these outbreaks have been linked to other products, take steps to avoid contamination of your crop. Contaminated produce can lead to significant financial loss.

Growers of all sizes should abide by Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs). By implementing GAPs, growers minimize food safety hazards. More information on GAP practices and how to become certified can be found at the NC Cooperative Extension Service’s Good Agricultural Practices web page.

For information specific to caneberries, refer to the NC Cooperative Extension Service’s Good Agricultural Practices for the Production of Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry, and Blueberry factsheet.

Authors

Extension Specialist (Small Fruits)
Horticultural Science
Professor
University of Arkansas
Professor
University of Tennessee

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Publication date: Nov. 2, 2015
AG-697

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