Resources for Human and Animal Food Producers Affected by Severe Weather Incidents

On June 6, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it released an online page providing both federal and state resources and contacts available for human and animal food producers who may be “harvesting, mixing, storing, or distributing grains and other foods” prior to and after experiencing a severe or inclement weather event (flood, hurricane, tsunami, etc.).  This new page is meant to replace the individual Constituent Update announcements the agency previously issued ahead of severe weather.

Producers should use this online page as a resource prior to and after experiencing severe weather incidents.

Flooding and severe weather is a growing concern as a result of factors such as climate change. Federal and state governments are providing several resources that may assist producers before or after experiencing severe weather incidents. These include, but are not limited to:

Please contact us if you have further questions.


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