The CanadaGAP Program has been designed to be as flexible and responsive as possible to developments within a dynamic industry. The
Both certification options have the following in common: Recognition from the Canadian Government Food Safety Program Four-year cycle – an on-site
Program participants may pay their annual program fee using one of the following methods: By cheque - mail to the CanadaGAP
The CanadaGAP manuals are designed for use by operations involved in the production, handling and brokerage of fruits and vegetables in
As of January 1, 2020, operations involved in production, packing or storage of microgreens are no longer able to obtain certification through
Microgreens, sprouts, and baby greens are NOT the same. Microgreens vs. sprouts: Microgreens are larger than sprouts. Unlike sprouts, the seed
An operation is growing produce (e.g., lettuce, herbs, etc.) using aquaponics. What is aquaponics? Can the operation obtain CanadaGAP certification?
Aquaponics combines aquaculture with hydroponic plant production. Hydroponics is a method of growing plants in a water based, nutrient rich solution that does
Step 1 is to have a food safety program in place and at least three months of records. To download the
The certification program is open to companies involved in production, handling and brokerage of fresh fruits and vegetables who need to
We need a food safety expert to help us implement our CanadaGAP program. Does CanadaGAP provide consulting services or publish a list of recommended consultants?
CanadaGAP does not provide technical consulting services to individual operations. CanadaGAP does not recommend specific consultants. There are many who offer