Food safety is one of the key factors within the food industry. Both consumers and health authorities demand that food we eat offers high levels of quality and security throughout the entire production chain until its consumption. There is extensive regulation concerning it, as well as a large number of certifications guaranteeing everything from the safety of food to the fact that its consumption is suitable for certain consumer groups.
In the field of food, safety is a main factor, and that is why we provide a full catalogue of certificates that apply to each one of the stages of the food chain ranging from distribution specific protocols to controlled fruit production.
Good Agricultural Practices
Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) are a set of principles, regulations and technical recommendations applicable to production, processing and food transport, aimed at ensuring the protection of hygiene, human health and environment through environmentally safe, hygienically acceptable, and economically feasible methods.
Traceability is a tool which allows us to identity and reconstruct the origin and history of a food product identifying all its stages (harvest, production, preparation, storage, distribution, etc.).
Traceability is a tool which has different utilities, although the most important ones are:
Facilitating the withdrawal of a product from the market
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