Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certification is a way for growers to let buyers know that they follow appropriate food safety practices on their farms.
These fact sheets from North Carolina State University on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Certification and insurance cover options for vegetable producers provide information for growers interested in adopting GAPs.
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