It's got a seal; it must be safe
Posted: July 19th, 2007 - 8:21pm by Doug PowellBeginning July 23, members of the California Leafy Greens Handler Marketing Agreement (LGMA) can begin using a newly-released service mark that certifies their membership in the program. The Service Mark, to be used on bills of lading, indicates a handler's commitment to a set of Good Agricultural Practices audited by the LGMA. The mark is being released to coincide with the beginning
of certification audits conducted by the California Department of Food and Agriculture's USDA-trained inspectors.
The website being promoted on the seal, CALeafyGreens.ca.gov is fairly boring, but it's early days, I guess. Would be better if they had testing data on the website for the public to examine. Don't eat poop.