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Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)

There are two programs recognized internationally under GAP certification for the Farm Produce.

These programs are accredited

1. Organic Farm Certification Click Here

2. Global G.A.P. Click Here

3. Basic G.A.P. for Small and Marginal Farmers Click Here

4. Recent Updates

Recently Quality Council of India (www.qcin.org) prepared a GAP document at the request of Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) (http://www.fssai.gov.in/) to facilitate certification for small and marginal farmers and also another document for certification of larger farmers.

These programs brought under the accreditation of National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) (www.qcin.org). The implementation will enable the production of safe food at the farm level. This simple document can be used by farmer producer organizations, cooperative societies, NGOs,. Further the corporate houses in food production can help their farmer’s suppliers to implement this new document for enhancing food safety at farm level.

5. GAP Manual (FAO) Click Here

6. Govt. support for G.A.P. Certification

MISSION FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF HORTICULTURE OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES April, 2014

COST NORMS AND PATTERN OF ASSISTANCE UNDER MISSION FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF HORTICULTURE (MIDH) DURING XII PLAN FOR NHM AND HMNEH SUB SCHEMES

Annexure-V

S.NO Item Cost Norms* Pattern of Assistance
B.9 Certification for Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), Including infrastructure Rs. 10,000/ ha 50% of the cost for maximum of 4ha/beneficiary

Source: National Horticulture Mission (Click)

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