Certification of Good Agricultural Practices and Manufacturing
PrimusGFS is an auditing system recognized by the GFSI (Global Food-Safety Initiative), developed by Azzule Systems and used for several years in different parts of the fresh-products industry. It was designed to be globally used in the primary production and manufacture sectors (including the horticultural, grains, and legumes sectors.)
The PrimusGFS audit has defined seven basic areas that an agricultural company must take into consideration for the production or manufacture of their products (as it applies):
1. Food-Safety Management System (FSMS)
2. Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) – Farm
3. Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) – Greenhouse
4. Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) – Harvest Crew
5. Good Manufacture Practices (GMP)
6. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
7. Preventive Controls (PC) – Voluntary
Global Standards original production
The established PrimusGFS requirements for food inequity practices of each of the different stages of production are the following:
You can find the requirements for each one of the areas in the regulation documents valid in the scheme on their website: https://www.primusgfs.com/
Our certificates are accepted everywhere in the world
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Process to obtain an international certificate with Global Standards
The certification process pays attention to every detail to make sure that the company duly complies with all of the standard’s requirements.
Quote and signing of the contract
Planning and Development of Audit
Closing of Non-Conformities
Certification Committee and Issuance of the Certificate
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