CanadaGAP is pleased to announce the publication of its 2019 Annual Report, which:
- provides a summary of the year’s activities
- highlights the program audit and participation trends
- offers a preview of objectives and plans for 2020
A copy is available for download at: www.canadagap.ca/publications/annual-report/
The report will be presented at the upcoming CanAgPlus Annual General Meeting on Thursday, November 28, 2019 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Click here for additional information about the AGM and the very first interactive Town Hall Q& A Session for those attending in person. Members and stakeholders will have the opportunity to meet with CanadaGAP face-to-face, ask questions and engage in an open discussion.
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the CanadaGAP office at 613-829-4711.
CanadaGAP® is a national, voluntary food safety program consisting of standards and a certification system for the safe production and handling of fresh fruits and vegetables. The program is officially recognized by the Government of Canada and by GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative). Two manuals, one specific to greenhouse operations, the second for other fruit and vegetable operations, have been developed by the horticultural industry and reviewed for technical soundness by Canadian government officials. The CanadaGAP manuals are designed for companies implementing Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) in their fruit and vegetable production, packing and storage operations; for repackers and wholesalers implementing Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and HACCP programs; and for produce brokers following supplier management and traceability best practices.