Globalgap Certification

GlobalGAP Certification Incentive Subsidy Scheme for the year 2017-2018

GLOBALGAP CERTIFICATION FOR GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES:

GlobalGap (Earlier known as EurepGap) Introduced the system Developing the Global Market place Such goods have been made to get the place. Standards Developed by GlobalGap Certification are designed keeping in mind the interests of the Customers. Where in Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Integrated Crop Management (ICM) , Reducing Environmental Damage, Reducing the use of Chemicals, Ensuring the health and safety of workers and the Interests of the Animal Husbandry.

Therefore, this scheme is Far-sighted and is very suitable for world peace. In this Scheme, Individual producers, Exporters, Companies Registered in Companies, Producer Groups, Co-operatives, Universities and Gvernmental Producers, Producers of productive fruit Production Companies and Hotels and Business Eexecutives.

Benefits of Global Gap Certification
  1. Enhancing Confidence and Confidence of the Control Authority of the Customers for the Quality and safety of food.
  2. Supply of Assured raw materials to the Export market in the International market, and also to the Export Processing Industry.
  3. Good Quality Production by Reducing Cost of Cultivation.
  4. Control of Pests and Diseases by using lesser Medicines and Fertilizers.
  5. Major Demand for Global markets, Made using the best method prescribed in the world.
  6. The Opportunity to Comply with the Terms and Conditions Prescribed by the World Trade Agreemen
  7. Arrangement/Opportunity to Improve the Timely Management of Agricultural Management through the GlobalGap Scheme.


By Adopting GlobalGAP's Good Farming Practices, it is a world- Classified Product that Produces Good Quality Goods, which is given a special status and value in the Global Market. In order to Register for GlobalGrap, the following 16 issues have to be Settled.

  1. Route / Retention (Traceability)
  2. Keep Records. (Record Keeping)
  3. Varieties varieties and Root Trunk / Tree (rootstock). (Varities & Root Stock)
  4. History and Management of agriculture. (Site History & Root Stocks)
  5.  (Soil & Substrate  Management)
  6. Fertilizer Management
  7. Irrigation
  8. Crop Protection
  9. Harvesting
  10. Post harvest Treatment
  11. Waste and  Pollution Management, Recycling and reuse
  12. Worker Health,Safety&Welfare
  13. Environmental issues
  14. Complaint Form
  15. Internal Audit
  16. National and International Regulation


The details of the key issues to be settled for the registration of GlobalGrap are as follows.
1.- Removal / Reminder: 
The information that is required to enter the path of removal is done in three parts

  1. Information about key parts should be recorded - called Major Must.
  2. The information of the sub-divisional area is required to be recorded in accordance with the Conditions of Indian / Maharashtra - it is called as Minor Must
  3. And it is not mandatory to note that other relevant information is kept as per the Requirement or as per recommendation.

For Example: In case of Grapefruit, the land Check should be Noted in the main area, the leaf Dissociation goes to the Head of the Information, whereas Information about the Preparation Of the Raisins is noted under other Relevant Information.

2. Keeping Records: -
All types of Records are required to be kept. For Example: Entry of Recommendations for the cultivation of Grape, Date, Production

3. Varieties and Root Trough / Tree (Rootstock): -
To be Rresistant to varieties and Root crust and Disease. For Example: It is Necessary to note that the Disease should not be an Early victim, as well as varieties and Antidote to brown and Cadaveric Diseases. In this case, it is Advisable to keep the Necessary Information of Secondary sections and the Information of Related issues. This information is given as an Example of Grape Garden.

4.History and Management of Agriculture: -
It is Necessary to keep Agricultural plans with the Records. That means it could be Helpful for the Investigation. For Example: Entry of land, Fertility, Separation, Production etc. is compulsory. Reports below Sub-Division It is Necessary to Note that the Garden's Eye care or Irrigation System is in place.

5.Management of Soil and Soil layers Below: -
What Equipment / Equipment were used for land Cultivation, so that the Soil Temperature in the Soil / below was adversely affected? Did the soil soil run out of rain? Etc. It is Necessary to Note.

6.Use of Fertilizers: -
Regarding the Inspection of the Grape Cultivators, there is a Shortage of Other Sources of Vineyards, and the Same is used for Buying Fertilizers and keeping Records of the Chemical Fertilizers and other Chemicals and keeping records, how many Fertilizers and medicines have they brought? Keeping this Record and keeping them in Good Condition? Keep Records of this. The excess use of organic fertilizers will have adverse effects on the environment. It is Necessary to take proper care of the human Excrement, as well as to Inspect and Maintain organic Fertilizers.

7.Irrigation: -
When the Cultivator gives water through Drip irrigation, the Water Supply System Required as well as the Irrigation Water Quality Required for Quality check. Bages should not be used for Drainage water because it is Dangerous to health. Whatever water is used, it must be inspected in a Biological laboratory. Because the labors of the farm used to Drink the same water. All of them need to keep a Record.

8.Crop Protection:-
Before the Crop is collected, it is Necessary to Verify the Measurement of the Sprinkler Pump and how many Chemicals it Contains. Also, After the Crop Protection, the remaining solution should be destroyed in the right place. For example, prior scrutiny scrutiny, a part of the Drug Remains on the Fridge? It is Necessary to inspect and send it and send it to the Customer. If there is Excessive amount of medicines on the fruit, then it is Necessary to take measures. For Example, at least 1 month after the Grafting of Grapes the drug should not be taken and kept in check

9.Harvesting :
Need to keep Records of various Issues under this. In this, if the laborers have Infectious Diseases such as Scabies, Nitrous, then the Care of the Chicks, the use of the fruit in which the fruit is harvested, the use of the least used Chemicals after fruit harvesting, the Cleaning of the Grape is not kept Clean after Cleaning and it is Necessary to keep the Record.

10.Treatment Methods after Harvest: -
It is a Close Relationship to wasted fruit and pollution because Fruits cause badger and pollution. It is Necessary to make an Action plan for this and it Needs to be Recorded.

11.Fruit / Vegetable Pollution, Pollution, Reuse Usage: -
The processes and uses of Recycling of waste products, waste, water, rotten, unproductive Commodities are included in these issues.

12.The Health and welfare of the laborers:
It is Necessary to keep workers' job / Safety of work together with their Planning plans for their welfare Schemes, Training, Health Check up and Related legislation.

13.Environmental Issues: -
This includes the Protection of Animals in the forest, policy of conservation of Forests, and Forest laws.

14.Grievance Redressal and cases: -
These Include issues Related to various issues like: Grape Garden Management, etc.

15.Internal inspection: -
In Order to verify the above various issues, main Inspection is Necessary before the main Check-up.

16.National and Internal National laws: -
It includes the laws relating to import export, the mandatory laws relating to the sale of Agricultural Entities, if so? If not, then the law can be punished.

Record to keep for GlobalGap
  • Drug Spray Details (Spray Date, Drug Name, Spraying Equipment, Spray Duration etc.)
  • Drug Spraying Information (Spraying, Dosage, Spraying Methods)
  • Disbursement Details of Remaining balance after Spraying.
  • Details of the Training given to the worker (Drug Spraying, Cleaning, first aid, Spread of Diseases etc.)
  • Details about Stocking and usage of Fertilizer
  • Water usage details (Crop condition, water requirement, weather, water source, etc.)
  • Details of new Drug use.
  • Details of the Drug usage details and Detailed Details of the Dispensal.
  • Use of after-use drugs.
  • Following procedures for dispose of bad Goods for Pollution
  • Details of the Procedure followed for the Natural Equilibrium Device.
  • Details about the Customer's Complaint.
  • Details about the method of cultivation and Cultivation of Crops, along with video Graffiti Details
  • Worker's information as per labor law.
  • Details of Fertilizers and Medicines used.

Fruits and vegetables are Exported to European Countries in a Big way. Eupagap Certification is a Profitable method for the sale of European Country's Agricultural Goods since 2004. By Establishing a Group of Fruit-based farmers for GlobalGap Certification, the use of the same Package of Practices can be Achieved by doing GlobalGap Certification at a lower cost.

List of GlogalGap certification bodies in India ( www.globalgap.org)
Name of the Certification Bodies Address for correspondence Contact person
TQ Cert Services Private Limited (Formerly Food Cert India Private Limited)

Room No 03, Fourth Floor, “Mithona Towers -1”,
Prenderghast Road 1-7-80 to 87
50016 Hyderabad, Telangana  , India
Tel: +91 40-67258825
Fax:+91 40-66172535

Sainath Naidu
E-Mail: psnaidu@tqcert.in
SGS India Pvt. Ltd. 226, Udyog Vihar, Phase-I
122016 Gurgaon, Haryana , India
Tel: +91 124/ 6 39 97 56
Fax:+91 124/ 6 39 97 64
Ghanendra Kumar Sharma
E-Mail: Ghanendra.Sharma@sgs.com

Certification bodies with branches in country
No Branch office Certification Body Address Phone Contact
1 Bureau Veritas, India Bureau Veritas Iberia, S.L. 6th floor, Marwah Centre Krishanlal Marwah Marg.Opp:Ansa Inds. Estate, Off:Saki Vihar Road, Andheri East, Mumbai 400 072 Tel: +91 22 6695 6300 ; + 91 80 2634 7764 Fax: +91 22 6695 6310 ; + 91 80 2634 7765 www.bureauveritas.co.in Manoj Pandharipande manoj.pandharipande@in.bureauveritas.com
2 CU Inspections & Certifications India Pvt Ltd Control Union Certifications B.V. Plot Number C-113, TTC Industrial Area, Pawane MIDC 400709 Navi Mumbai Tel: +91-22- 61294200/201 - 299 Fax: +91-22-61294217 Dirk Teichert cuc@controlunion.in
3 DNV GL India DNV GL Business Assurance Italia S.r.l. Plot No. B42/168 Sunder Nagar, Kalina Santacruz (East) 400098 Mumbai Tel: +91 22 26669800 Mumbai@dnvgl.com
4 Ecocert India ECOCERT SA Ecocert Office India Sector 3, S-6/3&4, Hindustan Awas Ltd, Gut No: 102, Walmi-Waluj Road, Nakshetrawadi, Aurangabad, Maharashtra State - 431 002 India 431 002 Aurangabad, Maharashtra State Tel: +91-240-2377120/2376949 Fax: +91-240-2376866 JADHAV Anil office.india@ecocert.com
5 EUROCERT INDIA EUROCERT European Inspection and Certification H. No. 298, Sector-4, Panchkula Haryana 134112 Panchkula Horyana Tel: 0091 09316012883 Fax: 172 569849 Mr. Manish Vig eurocert.mv@gmail.com
6 Intertek India Intertek Certification GmbH E-20, Block B1, Mohan Cooperative Industrial Estate,Mathura Road 110044 New Delhi Tel: 11 415 954 60 Fax: 11 415 954 75 www.intertek.com Ashish Gaur ashish.gaur@intertek.com
7 SAI GLOBAL INDIA SAI Global Certification Services Pty Ltd. 11/12 Swastik Disa Business Park L.B.S Marg, Behind Vadhani Estate Ghatkopar (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400086 MUMBAI Tel: +91 22 40911555 Fax: +91 22 40911560 www.saiglobal.com Sreekanth. N.Kurup SreekanthNeelakanta.Kurup@saiglobal.com
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