Home-gardens can provide fresh and safe produce for you and your family, but there are certain regulations produce must meet before it can be sold to others.
The University of Missouri Extension, The USDA, Webb City Farmers Market and other groups organized a consumer food safety work-shop in Webb City.
The a half-day class, led by food safety specialists, will help produce growers learn about safety regulations and market requirement for their crops.
Skills learned will help growers be sure their produce is safe to sell at farmers markets, restaurants and grocery stores.
Participants can receive up to ten free water tests for attending.
The work-shop is this Wednesday, January 17th at the Central United Methodist Church in Webb City starting at nine A.M.
It costs $15 per person and registration is required online by the 16th.
You can sign up here: Https://www.Eventbrite.Com/e/introduction-to-produce-safety-workshops-registration-37887629921