How is food safety addressed in replantin’?

Safe food handling practices can help minimize the biological, chemical, and physical hazards
that may be present when growing and harvesting fresh produce and reduce the risk of the food
being contaminated with foodborne illnesses.
Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and Good Handling Practices (GHP) are voluntary audits that
focus on best agricultural practices to verify that fruits and vegetables are produced, packed,
handled, and stored in the safest manner possible to minimize risks of microbial food safety
hazards. GAP & GHP audits verify adherence to the recommendations made in the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration’s Guide to Minimize Microbial Food Safety Hazards for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables and industry-recognized food safety practices.
At replantin’, we are committed to producing safe food of the highest quality. We seek
continuous improvement in all food safety and quality areas and dedicate sufficient resources
towards this effort at the local site level and across company programs. We believe that a quality
final product can consistently be grown safely through the implementation of safety protocols
appropriate for each stage of production, from planting through harvest. Our safety and quality
programs address food quality, food safety, and worker safety as well as the necessary
procedures and management oversight of these programs.
In our new farms, we secure all parameters, measure them alongside the growing cycles and
monitor to ensure you get the safest products you can find.

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