Good Agricultural Practices
The Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association offers a unique membership benefit with the Georgia Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Food Safety Program. We offer food safety education and consultation through:
- One-on-one mock audits in the field and packing facility
- Assisting in the set up and development of food safety programs, SOPs and documentation, and
- Conducting 3rd party food safety audits for the Georgia GAP Food Safety Program and affiliated audits through Primus Labs
We can help you with tips to begin your food safety program, find resources to enhance your farm or packing facility, or find continuing education for the latest food safety developments.
Click HERE for a GA GAP Food Safety Application
Have a Question? We are here to help.
Crisis Management Plan
In our industry the next food safety crisis is just around the corner. History proves a crisis doesn’t just affect the farm, but the entire industry. We offer this Crisis Management Preparedness Training and these Crisis Management Tools to help you be prepared for the next crisis.
Certified Farms & Facilities
Click HERE for a list of farms and packing facilities that are certified through the Georgia GAP Food Safety Program.
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