to all attendees, guests, presenters, trade show exhibitors, caterers, staff at RECC / MFVGA / MFMA, for making our first ever converged conferences a tremendous success! Even the weather cooperated (more or less) - not bad for a MN January!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS for 2020: January 16 & 17 back at the River’s Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud. Come again & bring a friend!
MFMA staff and board at the conference tradeshow
We've just found out that our underwriters won't be raising their premiums - so prices will remain the same as they have been since 2016. Great job on being safe and keeping our premiums low everyone!
Click here to renew or sign up. Remember, if you SELL at a market, you want VENDOR insurance. If you MANAGE a farmers' market, you want MARKET insurance.
Produce Safety Rule of the
Food Safety Modernization Act
The Produce Safety Rule is a new law under the auspices of the Food and Drug Administration that provides training for all produce farmers, no matter how big or small. MFMA strongly encourages ALL produce farmers in Minnesota to attend one of these trainings, even if your farm is exempt - it's really great training! Here are some points covered in the training:
To learn more about FSMA Grower Trainings visit MDA's FSMA Grower Training page or visit their Online Registration Portal to view and register for upcoming trainings. To be notified when new trainings become available please contact MDA at ProduceSafety.MDA@state.mn.us .
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*Already a member and want to update your directory listing? Login and update your profile using the link in the upper right hand corner of our website. Changes made there will update your directory listing.
InsuranceThe Minnesota Farmers’ Market Association offers a group insurance policy exclusively for MFMA member markets and vendors through Advantage 1 Insurance Agency. To learn more about our insurance and to sign up, click here.
Cottage FoodsAre you interested in becoming a Cottage Foods producer? To do so you must take an approved food safety training class and register with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. Click here for more information.