GLOBALG.A.P.
IFA STANDARD
FOR FLOWERS & ORNAMENTALS

The GLOBALG.A.P. IFA standard for Flowers & Ornamentals covers propagation material, soil and substrate management, fertilizer use, plant protection products, harvesting, and post-harvest treatments.

A GUIDE TO OUR DOCUMENTS

The GLOBALG.A.P. checklist is the document you need for completing your self-assessment.

The control points and compliance criteria (CPCC) list everything covered by the standard you are applying for and gives you additional guidelines for fulfilling the requirements.

The general regulations and crops rules define how the certification process works and list the requirements for quality management systems and related issues.

The national interpretation guideline (NIG) clarifies how the CPCC have been adapted in a specific country. Please check if there is a NIG for your country. If there is, you are required to use it.

THE GGN LABEL FOR CERTIFIED FLORICULTURE


The GGN label stands for certified, responsible farming and transparency. It is a universal mark of good farming practices with a strong core in food safety and traceability and is designed to help guide consumers in their day-to-day grocery shopping. 

Transparency is at the heart of the GGN label – by connecting consumers to the roots of their food and plants, we help them make informed decisions about the products they buy. And by promoting safe and responsible farming that benefits producers, retailers, and consumers around the globe, we support worldwide sustainable development for the good of future generations andour planet.

The GGN label can be used with aquaculture and floriculture products that come from GLOBALG.A.P. certified production processes. The label works with the GLOBALG.A.P. Number (GGN), a 13-digit identification number assigned to each producer or producer group with a GLOBALG.A.P. certified production process.

Using the GGN printed together with the GGN label logo on the product packaging, consumers can learn more about the farms that have produced the GLOBALG.A.P. certified products at www.ggn.org.

The website also explains what good aquaculture and floriculture practices are and how the farms with GLOBALG.A.P. certified production processes implement them. This direct line between the consumer and the original producer forms the basis of a chain of trust in food production.

If you are interested in a consumer label, the GGN label can be used with floriculture products that come from GLOBALG.A.P. certified production processes. The label works with the GLOBALG.A.P. Number (GGN), a 13-digit identification number assigned to each producer or producer group with a GLOBALG.A.P. certified production process. Using the GGN printed together with the GGN label logo on the product packaging, consumers can learn more about the farms that have produced the GLOBALG.A.P. certified products at www.ggn.org. Please contact our GGN label office at info@ggn.org.

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Promotion valid until 30/09/2020.

Farm Assurer CROPS

September 15-18

SPRING Add-On

September 17 & 18

Sustainable Rice Platform

November 23-26