Food Safety Record Keeping is Crucial

Nate Squires’ family has a long history in Agriculture and in the last 20 years, his involvement includes Operational positions in Packing and Shipping, as well as Field Services. Nate went on to become a horticulturist for a regional agrichemical distributor, where he rose to become the Director of Field Services for a team of horticulturists. In that […]

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ApRecs Releases Presentation List for 2014 & 2015

In the ApRecs journey of bringing technology and Food Safety Record Solutions to the Tree and Vine Fruit industries, we have developed several non-promotional presentations for sharing what we have learned. We have become entwined with the entire Food Safety industry and offer a unique perspective that is technology based, but applicable to the “boots […]

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Food Variety a Key to Sustainability?

The varieties of wheat, corn and rice we grow today may not thrive in a future threatened by climate change. Cary Fowler takes us inside a vast global seed bank, buried within a frozen mountain in Norway, that stores a diverse group of food-crop for whatever tomorrow may bring. Cary Fowler discusses the ancestry of […]

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Empowerment Versus a Solution

People mistakenly look at Spray Record Software as something that is being forced upon them either by market regulations or upcoming federal regulations. It is something that they have to do versus something they want to do. Part of the frustrations is the duplication of efforts or so it seems, between various software packages and […]

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You are in the Food Industry

In the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration is responsible for making food traceability laws as it is estimated that 3,000 people die every year due to food borne diseases. Though this number does not seem high, and they seldom do till you are directly affected, it is still a relatively small number. The general […]

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What does Navigable Mean to a Farmer?

Words have power. A government agency wants to remove just one word from a federal law. But taking away that word will have detrimental effects on farmers and ranchers across the nation. Jessica Domel explains. Discussion Point: How is this being interpreted in your community? Join the conversation at the Packer Cafe

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