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Stakeholder Input Sought for Regulatory Alignment Study

by Guest Blogger |

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has contracted with Crowe LLP (Crowe) to conduct a regulatory alignment study. As part of the study, Crowe is evaluating food safety and water quality regulatory requirements overseen by CDFA, California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA), and State Water Resources Control Board (Water Boards) as part of an effort to streamline the administrative processes and optimize information collected by the state. 


Crowe values stakeholder input in identifying opportunities to streamline food safety and water quality regulatory requirements. Through listening sessions, Crowe looks to gain insights from the agricultural community into your experiences complying with these regulations. These listening sessions offer you the opportunity to provide direct and confidential input on these regulatory requirements.  


Listening sessions will take place starting this summer through fall 2023. You can schedule a listening session, either one-on-one or in a group, in-person or virtual, based on your preferences. 


To participate or learn more, please contact


This article was written by Crowe LLP.