100% of Freshtrop’s consignments for Europe are tested for pesticide residues before dispatch.
In 2004, Freshtrop received its first EurepGAP PMO certification. Since then we have continuously expanded the grower base under our GlobalGAP umbrella. In 2009, more than 85% of product exported by Freshtrop was from GlobalGAP certified farms.
Freshtrop continuously works with growers to meet and exceed the standards of good agricultural practices.
Freshtrop maintains the highest standards of safety and hygiene at all facilities. In 2008, Freshtrop received BRC certification for its post-harvest management facility in Nasik. IN 2009, Freshtrop has received BRC certifications for its post-harvest management facilities at Nasik and Sangli.
ISO 22000 is an international standard that defines the requirements of a food safety management system covering all organizations in the food chain from “farm to fork”. A systematic and proactive approach to identification of food safety hazards, development and implementation of control measures. The standard complies with the Codex HACCP principles.
This certificate indicates the adherence to Jewish Dietary Laws. Though Kosher is a religion based dietary law but it also ensures food safety by avoiding food contamination.
Halal is a Quranic term which means lawful, permissible or legal. This certificate enables export of fresh products to Islamic countries. The term Halal is used to designate food which is permissible according to Islamic/Shariat law.
This certificate enables exports of fresh fruits/processed fruit to USA.
Freshtrop is a member of SEDEX (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange), an organization that enables member companies to manage efficiently the ethical and responsible practices of their global supply chains. Our facility at Sangli (Unit II), which is primarily used for post-harvest management of grapes and pomegranates, has been audited by a SEDEX recognized ethical auditor.