GLOBALG.A.P. Launches IFA Version 6 and GRASP Version 2

May 19, 2022 GLOBALG.A.P.

GLOBALG.A.P. North America, Inc. announces the launch of GLOBALG.A.P.’s revised Integrated Farm Assurance (IFA) standard Version 6 and the GLOBALG.A.P. Risk Assessment on Social Practice (GRASP) add-on Version 2. Representing the first implementation stage of the new smart farm assurance solutions vision, the new products offer streamlined, impact-driven, and connected solutions for the entire sector. The launch was marked by a live online event hosted by GLOBALG.A.P. and Fruitnet Media International featuring pre-recorded content in English and Spanish.

Norcod Achieves Prized GlobalG.A.P. Certification

June 1, 2021 Norcod

Norwegian cod-farming venture scores industry first and cements yet another strategic milestone with major world-class aquaculture certification.

GLOBALG.A.P. Renews GFSI Recognition for Harmonized Produce Safety Standard

May 19, 2021 GLOBALG.A.P.

The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), The Consumer Goods Forum’s Coalition of Action on food safety, and GLOBALG.A.P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH, a global organization offering a set of standards for good agricultural practices (G.A.P.), are pleased to announce that GLOBALG.A.P. has successfully achieved recognition against GFSI’s Benchmarking Requirements Version 2020.1.

GLOBALG.A.P. Gains GFSI Recognition for Produce Handling Assurance

May 18, 2021 GLOBALG.A.P.

The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), The Consumer Goods Forum’s Coalition of Action on food safety, and GLOBALG.A.P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH, a global organization offering a set of standards for good agricultural practices (G.A.P.), are pleased to announce that GLOBALG.A.P. has successfully achieved recognition against GFSI’s Benchmarking Requirements Version 2020.1.

Aquaculture Certifications Exclude Local Stakeholders at Their Peril

May 6, 2021 SeaChoice

The lack of transparency and stakeholder inclusion in some of the largest aquaculture eco-certifications in the global seafood marketplace is a threat to their legitimacy, a new SeaChoice report finds.