Ag operations strive for efficiency — efficient planting, efficient harvesting, and efficient transportation of crops. You can also become more efficient when it comes to personal sanitation, but only if you have the right equipment. It’s something you must consider if you want to meet GAP requirements.
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The primary goal of GAPs is keeping consumers safe. Employee hygiene is a good starting point for achieving compliance. Because field workers come into direct contact with crops, it is imperative that they are properly trained to know how to maintain good hygiene and that they take steps to prevent crop contamination.