Any land-grant university's extension services should have some level of food safety training occurring. Most of it would (I am guessing) be oriented towards the local agriculture infrastructure, but you should be able to tie into them as well. There are also regional clearinghouses such as at University of Vermont, Iowa State, University of Florida, etc (see link) that tend to have larger focuses . From what I've read, they also focus on "food processors" as well as, farmers. We're in Ag and the local folks are actually tied into our industry, so we may get better responsiveness because of that fact, but personally I've always found them to be good resources - usually pretty responsive and well grounded in FSMA, science, etc.
Here's the background on the regional centers from their site: "In 2015, recognizing the need for food safety training for small farm owners and food processors, the FDA and USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) announced the National Food Safety Training, Education, Extension, Outreach, and Technical Assistance Grant Program, intended to provide funding so that these critical groups receive training, education and technical assistance consistent with standards being established under FSMA"
Link to regional centers: https://producesafet...cal-assistance/
Hope this helps somehow...