Resources for Food Safety Regulations and the National Organic Program

Factsheets and webinars were created with Community Alliance With Family Farmers and NCAT.

wildways food safety

Photo by Chris Wisner

No farm, no matter how it is classified under FSMA, is allowed to sell contaminated food or to have public health issues on the farm that the FDA considers “egregious.”We highly recommend that fully exempt and qualified exempt farms take a look at all the other fact sheets in this series, particularly those on risk assessments and farm food safety plans to learn how to implement practical on-farm risk reduction strategies, no matter your FSMA farm classification.


As part of a project led by Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF), Wild Farm Alliance assisted with the creation of several of these fact sheets, and the January webinar. This project was funded by the Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education project.