Food safety liability is basically the risk of someone getting sick from the food you’ve produced. This is a risk that often lurks in producers’ minds because even when doing everything possible to produce and sell safe foods, there’s always the chance something can go wrong. Insurance is a key risk management strategy here to both cover damages resulting from a food safety incident and provide peace of mind in the meantime. However, food safety liability policies are typically clear as mud. In this episode, you’ll learn how food safety liability insurance coverage generally addresses common culprits of foodborne illnesses so you can move forward with clarity and realistic expectations.
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This work is supported by the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN), grant no. 2021-70035-35372/project accession no. 1027099, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture.