is a standard set from the producers of agricultural products, as
well as from the large sellers of fruit and vegetables.
Setting the basics for standardization in this area is initiated
from the large sellers' society Euro-Retailer Produce Working Group
(EUREP) in 1997 and supported by the producers from and out of Europe.
It represents system of working based upon GAP (good agricultural
By implementation and obedience of the principles which GLOBALGAP
promotes, the hazards for the peoples' health are eliminated, or
at least are reduced to an acceptable level.
GLOBALGAP - why is it required?
GLOBALGAP - who requires it?
GLOBALGAP as a standard is considered necessary
for all producers from the primary sectors that are interested in
sale and eased distribution of the products on any market worldwide.
The following sectors of production can be certified:
- Fresh fruit
- Fresh vegetables
- Cut flowers
- Transplanted materiall