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#1 Koko LMQ

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Posted 09 March 2007 - 04:11 PM

http://www.eurepgap....h/news/328.html

LATEST NEWS
02.03.2007

Final Version 3 of EUREPGAP IFA Standard now online in Fruit and Vegetables, Flower and Ornamentals, Integrated Farm Assurance, Integrated Aquaculture Assurance, (Green) Coffee. The new Integrated Farm Assurance standard IFA is now available for download on the EUREPGAP website.

The EUREPGAP website will be re-launched and adapted to the new standard structure in May 2007.
Translations into more than 15 languages will be provided soon.

Watch an online video message from EUREPGAP Secretary Dr. Kristian Moeller explaining what is new in the new standard version. He is addressing all users of the standard and shares the achievements made during the last years.
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Posted 12 March 2007 - 08:25 AM

Thanks for the update NY. Are you familiar with the standard? I know nothing about it. I wondered how 'global' EUREPGAP is, number of users etc.?

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Posted 17 March 2007 - 04:34 PM

Simon,

EurepGAP is the primary production standard which will be enforced by the EU retailers. I know from my clients that retailers ask for the certification, e.g. Sainsbury, Tesco (with Tesco Nature Choice certification), Asda, Safeway, Waitrose (with LEAF certification), Flamingo, etc. It looks like BRC or IFS certificate requested from Retailers.

Audit can be obtained into 2 options based on EurepGAP standard (Individual grower and Group Certification) and other 2 Options based on Benchmarked EurepGAP scheme (for both Individual and group).

If anyone would like to know it more detial, please ask me directly at narongchai_y@yahoo.com

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Posted 18 March 2007 - 02:08 PM

Simon,

EurepGAP is the primary production standard which will be enforced by the EU retailers. I know from my clients that retailers ask for the certification, e.g. Sainsbury, Tesco (with Tesco Nature Choice certification), Asda, Safeway, Waitrose (with LEAF certification), Flamingo, etc. It looks like BRC or IFS certificate requested from Retailers.

Audit can be obtained into 2 options based on EurepGAP standard (Individual grower and Group Certification) and other 2 Options based on Benchmarked EurepGAP scheme (for both Individual and group).

If anyone would like to know it more detial, please ask me directly at narongchai_y@yahoo.com

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So we can expect to hear more and more about it. Thanks NY.

Simon
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Posted 19 March 2007 - 05:22 PM

Dear Narongchai,

Interesting standard and products.
I wonder how many people on this forum knew about "green coffee", I certainly didn't. It is apparently a vast array of sub-species, eg - http://www.sweetmari...offee.mvc.shtml .

I would certainly like to try the Sulawesi Goo Goo Muck !

Sorry, couldn't resist the OT.

Rgds / Charles.C


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