BLOG NEWS: Ask your vegetable supplier if their vegetables are GAP approved

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In New Zealand we have an assurance programme known as New Zealand GAP - this stands for Good Agricultural Practice. It provides a traceable, accountable system from crop to customer and ensures that best practices are employed in the production, packaging and distribution of vegetables.

New Zealand GAP provides that assurance.

By meeting the standards required under New Zealand GAP, growers are able to demonstrate to their customers that their products are of a high quality, produced in a sustainable manner and are safe to eat, all of which means you can buy with confidence.

New Zealand GAP has been successfully benchmarked against international quality assurance programmes, such as Global Gap, as well as New Zealand and Australian supermarket programmes.

Ask your vegetable supplier if the vegetables they sell are GAP approved.

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