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Updated version 5.1 mandatory from October 1st 2017 The GLOBALG.A.P. published an update of the Standard, the Version 5.1. thisnew version is valid from 1st of July 2017. It is mandatory for implementation:– All inspections and audits that were done before 1 November 2017 againstGLOBALG.A.P. IFA Version 5.0 can still be certified under GLOBALG.A.P. IFA Version 5.0even if the certification decision is taken after 1st November 2017.– All initial and re-certification inspections and audits that are after 1 November 2017 shallbe done using the Version 5.1 of the GLOBALG.A.P. IFA Standard.2DNV GL 2017

Impact on GLOBALG.A.P. audit duration GLOBALG.A.P. rules have been recently revised by the standard owner: minimum duration: the minimum time on-site has been extended to 7 hours (before it was0,5).1. The GG aquaculture inspection shall not take less than 7 hours on- site2. The minimum of 7 hours inspection will apply to:–mollusk farms;–other small finfish and crustacean farms that have very simple or compact operations;–certified small sites: a single species, no PHU, have less than 5 staff. This time is calculated per producer/producer group, not per site. The 7 hours excludes:–Reporting;–preparation and travel (during the inspection/audit);–any other type of operation will require more than 7 hours on-site inspection time;–the inspection duration of the GRASP . This new requirement is valid from 1st July 2017 and mandatory from 1st October 20173DNV GL 2017

Unannounced reward program Producers may opt to participate in the Unannounced Reward Program. The CBshall inform the producer about this possibility and shall offer the Unannounced.– The following previous requirements have been deleted,– They have been certified for at least two years; and– (iii) The outcome of the last two inspections showed compliance with 100% of MajorMust and at least 95% of Minor Musts on the day of the inspection; and– (iv) There were no outstanding sanctions in the last two years;– (v) The CB offers the Unannounced Reward Program.– (vi)(i) In case a non-conformance is detected or the producer changes CB, theproducer’s status will be reset to year zero. This means that the producer will not benefitfrom the Unannounced Reward Program after showing compliance under the conditionsabove mentioned for another 2 consecutive years. This means that each producer can apply for the Unannounced Rewardprogram4DNV GL 2017

GLOBALG.A.P. Data access rules This document describes the default data access settings of theGLOBALG.A.P. System and details what information is published andvisible to the different parties. The GLOBALG.A.P. System comprises several GLOBALG.A.P., localg.a.p orAdd-On Standards and system (scheme) rules. Each standard is governedby General Regulations or General Rules, Control Points and ComplianceCriteria, Checklists and where applicable approved National InterpretationGuidelines, Guidelines and Supporting documents and Benchmarking CrossReference Checklists, which are available on the GLOBALG.A.P. website. Each GLOBALG.A.P. Standard, program, scheme version or Add-On (e.g.:GLOBALG.A.P. Integrated Farm Assurance - IFA, localg.a.p., GRASP,Produce Safety Standard – PSS, etc.) can have differing data accesssettings. This document describes the minimum data access default settings.Producers and producer groups as well as producer group members mayrelease more data (e.g. company name and address) to the data accessgroups. NOTE: All the changed settings will be effective with the signing of theSublicense Agreement (SLCA) version 4.0 of the respective producers/producer groups.5DNV GL 2017

Logo The Logo shall be used without symbol 6DNV GL 2017

Geospatial coordinate Into the Info sheet there is a dedicatedfield for geospatial coordinate forHeadquarter and also for eachProducer/site in opt.2 and opt.1 multisitewith QMS.– Northern/Southern latitude andEastern/Western longitude or otherform of geospatial coordinateinformation at field/facility level isobligatory, when available.7DNV GL 2017

GLOBALGAP - Managing of GGN numberGGN GGN definition: A unique, thirteen-digit number assigned by GLOBALG.A.P. to the producer at registration,which serves as a unique identifier for all GLOBALG.A.P. activities. The GGN remains valid and attached to thelegal entity as long as the entity exists. The GGN serves as search key on the GLOBALG.A.P. website tovalidate certificates. The GGN will be replaced with the GLN if an applicant owns or buys a GLN.WHO SHOULD HAVE THE GGN? Option 1 (single producer with or without PHU) 1 GGN Option 2 1 GGN for certificate owner and 1 GGN for each producer.It is not allowed to certify company without GGN (All audits carried out in companies without GGN, shall berepeated)CHANGE OF LEGAL ENTITY If a producer change Legal Entity also the GGN will change; this means that a new certificate will be issued. Changing of legal entity must be communicated immediately by the company to DNV GL and DNV GL willdecide if a integrative audit is be necessary or not. Only for option 2, if the changing of legal entity of producer group member/s is communicated to LeadAuditor during the audit, the new legal entity must be registered into the info sheet with letter “N”8DNV GL 2017

IFA Crops Sub-Scopes A new sub-scope has been introducedI.Fruit and VegetablesII. Flowers and OrnamentalsIII. Plant Propagation MaterialIV. Combinable CropsV. TeaVI. Hops (NEW)– Hop cones for brewing shall be certified after compliance with the All FarmBase, Crops Base and Hops modules. However, when hop shoots (asvegetable) are included in the scope of certification, together with hop conesfor brewing, the producer shall comply with the All Farm Base, Crops Base,Hops and Fruit and Vegetables modules. If the producer is ONLY applying forcertification of hop shoots (no brewing, only as vegetable), the producer shallcomply with the All Farm Base, Crops Base, and Fruit and Vegetablesmodules)9DNV GL 2017

NEW Standard: Crops for Processing (CfP) The new standard includes crops from the sub-scopes Fruit and Vegetables andCombinable Crops, grown in a controlled production process that will be furtherprocessed (with a kill-step applied by the processor) and NOT consumed freshfor example:– fruit and vegetable plants that will be canned, cooked, frozen, juiced– combinable crops used for human food or for feed10DNV GL 2017

Reference and contacts All documents are available in theGLOBALG.A.P. Document en/documents GLOBALG.A.P. published a new NIGfor Audit GRAPS in Egypt andBelgium– GG website( en/documents/)For more information please contactStefano Migliorini DNV GL 2017

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GLOBALG.A.P. IFA Version 5.0 can still be certified under GLOBALG.A.P. IFA Version 5.0 even if the certification decision is taken after 1st November 2017. –All initial and re-certification inspections and audits that are after 1 November 2017 shall be done u

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