2014 Food Safety Research Proposals Due
Center for Produce Safety (CPS) today announced TODAY its 2014 request for food safety research proposals. The
center and its public and industry research partners are making $3 million
available to fund general and commodity-specific research aimed at addressing
the fresh produce industry's food safety research needs.
2014 Request for Proposals (RFP) seeks
to fund both general produce food safety questions and commodity-specific
questions to fill basic knowledge gaps. A complete list of research priorities
is posted on the home page of the CPS website.
Proposals are due by
March 14, 2014, 5 p.m. PST, and should be submitted through the CPS Grant System website. All qualified
research professionals are eligible to apply for CPS funding.
has compiled an impressive four-year body of work, awarding nearly $13.6
million and funding 85 one and two-year research projects at 27 universities
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