We have GLOBALG.A.P. Certification the world standard that ensures Good Agricultural Practices.
For food producers today, there is a constant challenge to grow safe, healthy products in a responsible way.
New pressures from consumers, retailers and legislation have placed new demands on farmers and growers. They are increasingly required to use production techniques that reduce the impact of farming on the environment , to reduce their use of chemicals, and to make efficient use of natural resources, while safeguarding the welfare of both workers, farm animals.
Being able to show a commitment to good agricultural farming practices with GLOBALG.A.P. certification has become essential for accessing the market.
What is GLOBALGAP Certification? This standard covers the whole production process and all subsequent agricultural activities until the product is out for sale Also, it defines the items and features for good agricultural practices (GAP)
GLOBALG.A.P. is an internationally recognized set of farm standards dedicated to Good Agricultural Practices (GAP).
Through certification, producers demonstrate their adherence to GLOBALG.A.P. standards
For consumers and retailers, the GLOBALG.A.P. certificate is reassurance that food reaches accepted levels of safety and quality, and has been produced sustainably, respecting the health, safety and welfare of workers, the environment, and in consideration of animal welfare issues. Without such reassurance, farmers may be denied access to markets.
Globalgap aims to establish a single standard of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), applicable to different products, capable of covering the whole agricultural production, reducing production risks and providing tools to objectively verify the best practices consistently and systematically.
Certification of food safety management system according to Globalgap standards produces benefits such us:
- Improve organizing system increasing safety of manufactured goods
- Show strong commitment to provide reassurance to customers and consumers regarding production and marketing of safe food
- Express responsibility minimizing negative impact on the environment, reducing use of pesticides and enhancing use or natural resources
- Include all agricultural products in a single audit, thus avoiding multiple audits with different criteria