GLOBALG.A.P. Certification

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GLOBALG.A.P. certification is a straight forward process beginning with registration of the producer or producer group, which is followed by self-assessment against the applicable checklist for scope/ sub-scope and on site inspection. We rely on independent third-party certification. Our certificates are issued by GLOBALG.A.P. approved certification bodies (CBs), who conduct GLOBALG.A.P. audits on farms and update our global online database. GLOBALG.A.P. is a farm assurance program, translating consumer requirements into Good Agricultural Practice. EurepGAP is a common standard for farm management practice created in the late 1990s by several European supermarket chains and their major suppliers. GAP is an acronym for Good Agricultural Practices. It is now the world's most widely implemented farm certification scheme. Most European customers for agricultural products now demand evidence of EurepGAP certification as a prerequisite for doing business

GLOBALG.A.P. offers you one core product: GLOBALG.A.P. Certification , available for 3 scopes of production: Crops, Livestock, Aquaculture and consisting of a total of more than 40 standards. Click on GLOBALG.A.P. to start your certification process today.

You also have the option for a stepwise approach through localg.a.p., which helps you prepare for GLOBALG.A.P. Certification and provides you easier access to local markets.

If you are looking to upgrade your existing GLOBALG.A.P. Certificate to demonstrate your commitment to advancing Good Agricultural Practice to your retailers and buyers,  GLOBALG.A.P.+ Add-On offers you voluntary add-on modules to enhance the core product and adapt it better to your environment.        

These accredited certification bodies issue GLOBALG.A.P. Certificates to producers who have successfully implemented the GLOBALG.A.P. Standard.

We work with 159 independent and accredited CBs to carry out GLOBALG.A.P. Certification worldwide. These CBs conduct both announced and unannounced onsite farm inspections and audits throughout the year.