Creating a food safety plan can help maintain high quality production and is a useful tool when training new employees and volunteers. This article explains the regulations and offers suggestions on creating a plan.
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In recent years isopropyl alcohol (IPA) sanitation was proposed after the sugar season to significantly reduce the microbial load and start the next sugar season with a sanitized system. This study was conducted to evaluate the potential leaching of chemical compounds found in plastic polymers used in maple sap collection system tubing.
Signed into law in 2011, the final rules of the federal Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) took several more years to complete. Now that they have been issued, there are new requirements that may apply to many sugarmakers.