On April 25, 2018 we invited the public to join us at the Grand Opening of the Kingsburg Center. The new facility is a welcome addition to our company and the community of Kingsburg, CA.
Located just off Highway 99 at the Kingsburg Business Park, the 20,408 square foot building now houses the former Fresno-based South Valley Laboratory equipment and the DFA of California inspection services for dried fruit and tree nuts. The laboratory is triple the size of our previous Fresno location and immediately brings 30 full-time jobs to the city of Kingsburg. Other Safe Food Alliance California-based labs in Kerman, Winters and Yuba City, continue to offer top-notch lab services to their local areas.
The Safe Food Alliance training team is eager to get settled into the new facility to start hosting public trainings in the new training center. Classes offered will include GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) such as BRC (British Retail Consortium) & SQF (Safe Quality Foods); HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points), and FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) Produce Safety and Preventive Controls Qualified Individual trainings. If you are interested in attending one of our upcoming classes at the Kingsburg Center, head over to our events page for more information.