Operating in partnership with the National Agricultural Health Service (SENASA) of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (SAG) since 2012, developing inspection functions at different stages of the food chain in order to ensure that it meets the Fruit and Vegetable Safety Regulation, so that all consumers and traders can have confidence in the responsibility of safety, quality, environment, health and work safety, of the producers and agribusinesses that FUNDER advises.
Inspections of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
Inspections of Inspections of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)
The process begins with the launch of the SAG/USDA/IICA Food for Progress Program, which includes the strengthening of local, regional, national and international trade of agricultural products from small producers and processors in the field. The agribusiness production of potatoes, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, chives, parsley, carrot and others, according to the graphs, achieved significant progress. On the right side is the graph with the results of the Good Agricultural Practices Program.
Agribusinesses must meet standards of health surveillance and control, of which the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) are the basic principles and general hygiene practices to ensure that foods are produced in sanitary conditions to reduce risks inherent to production.
Similarly, audits were performed at companies with a plant where vegetables and fruits are processed. ECARAI, ISEN, Mora Lenca, APHERAMBUTAN received audits. As shown in the chart, the companies showed progress in the implementation of this program.
Today, the companies, as a result of training given to employees, keep track of critical points in the process, among others.
All activities are part of the development of the Honduras Premium brand, a tool that aims to improve the marketing of Honduran products on the market.