The Michigan Food Safety Alliance (FSA) was formed in 1997 after Michigan experienced several major foodborne illness outbreaks. The FSA is the result of the combined efforts of federal, state, university and industry partners, and its primary goal is to provide a forum for information sharing and public policy discussions related to improving and maintaining a safe food supply for Michigan citizens. Issues targeted have included the Food Safety Modernization Act, bovine Tuberculosis, irradiation, and Michigan Food Law. FSA partners include industry, university and consumer representatives, state and federal agencies, legislators and commodity organizations.
Meeting frequency: Semi-annually or as needed
For further information contact Amber Matulis at Matulisa@michigan.gov