Option 1 – Individual producer certification;
Option 2 – Producer group certification (e.g. agricultural cooperatives, producer organisations, etc).
For option 2, the legal entity representing the producers must implement a common Quality Management System (QMS) in order to assure control over all of the members of the producer group, both at the documentary and implementation levels.
Benefiting from a long experience in the agri-food sector, Certiquality provides accredited certification services against GlobalG.A.P. standards in the fields of fruit and vegetable production and floriculture (Fruit & Vegetables and Flowers & Ornamentals standards)
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unprocessed produce, are recognized worldwide by every large retail chain.
The main objective of GlobalG.A.P. certification is to ensure the supply of safe produce through the use of sustainable and integrated farming methods in order to ensure consumer and environmental protection.
THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS
The main stages of the certification process are:
- A certification audit
- Issuance of the certificate
- Annual surveillance audits;
- Potential unannounced audits.
Certiquality can perform integrated audits combining GlobalG.A.P. standards with the main food safety standards and regulations (ISO 9001, BRC, IFS, UNI 10854, ISO 22000, Product certification, ISO 22005).