Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

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The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) is an executive department of the government of Florida.

The head of the department is the Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, who is directly elected by voters statewide for a four-year term, and a member of the Florida Cabinet. The current commissioner is Republican Adam Putnam.[1]

Divisions

FDACS has 18 divisions: Administration, Agricultural Environmental Services, Agricultural Law Enforcement, Agricultural Water Policy, Animal Industry, Aquaculture, Consumer Services, Dairy, Food Safety, Forestry, Fruit and Vegetables, Licensing, Marketing and Development, Office of Agricultural Emergency Preparedness, Office of Inspector General, Office of the Commissioner, Plant Industry, and Standards.[2]

External links

Department Homepage

References

  1. Department Home. Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Retrieved on 2009-01-15.
  2. Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services: About the Division-History
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