University of California Survey on Specialty Asian Produce – Vegetable Crops Hotline

University of California Survey on Specialty Asian Produce

UC ANR and UC Davis are conducting a survey of consumers to identify which types of specialty Asian produce are almost always cooked before eating, so that Southeast Asian and other small-scale farmers can receive exemptions from federal food safety regulations for low-risk crops. The research team would appreciate your help in taking the survey and sharing it widely with consumers of these crops, so that they can provide data to the FDA on whether they are eaten cooked or raw.

Click here to take the survey and enter to win a $50 gift card

For more information about the survey or for questions, contact Dr. Ruth Dahlquist-Willard.

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