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Posted 02 June 2010 - 11:54 AM

Tesco NURTURE is a standard required of producers supplying Tesco with fresh fruit, vegetable and salad products. It makes sure that best agricultural practices are applied in the production of the produce.
Certification depends on growers demonstrating that their produce is grown and handled in a manner which meets regulatory requirements, protects the environment and is safe plus meeting the high expectation of Tesco customers. The scheme belongs to Tesco plc and is limited exclusively to producers who supply products to Tesco UK.

NSF-CMi is operating as the registrars for the scheme on behalf of Tesco and manages the grower registration and certification process. In addition to undertaking audits of producers directly through its well established international offices, partners and UK based ‘Fly Drive’ team, NSF-CMi has a register of auditors from approved international Certification Bodies who are also able to complete audits as sub-contractors.

A minimum requirement for Certification Bodies and approved auditors is accreditation to GLOBALGAP. Approved third party certification bodies have all received training from qualified and experienced NSF-CMi personnel.

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