1.1 Purpose and scope of ASEAN GAP
ASEAN GAP is a standard for good agricultural practice during the production, harvesting and postharvest handling of fresh fruit and vegetables in the ASEAN region. The practices in ASEAN GAP are aimed at preventing or minimising the risk of hazards occurring. The hazards covered by ASEAN GAP include food safety, environmental impacts, worker health, safety and welfare, and produce quality.
- Agriculture – Economic aspects – Asia, southeastern.
- Agricultural – Economic aspects – Asia, southeastern.
- Agriculture – Economic aspects – ASEAN.