GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES (GAP)
Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) are specific methods which, when applied to agriculture, create food for consumers or further processing that is safe and wholesome.
Good Agricultural Practices refers to farming methods that reduce the likelihood of contaminating produce. Implementation of practices that address water quality, manure and compost use, worker health and hygiene and contamination from wild life, domestic animals and livestock.
A GAP food safety program reduces the risk of microbial contamination that can cause consumer illness from consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables.
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Training’s target audience:
Internal Auditors, Quality Managers, Quality Professionals, Technical Managers, Project Managers, Food Handlers & Consultants.