Food Safety Systems Glossary of Terms

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There are currently 7 terms in this directory beginning with the letter G.
GMO
An organism, with the exception of human beings, in which the genetic material has been modified otherwise than natural multiplication or natural recombination.

Genetically Modified Organism (GMO)
An organism whose genetic material has been altered so that its DNA contains genes not normally found there.

Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)
Managed by the Consumer Goods Forum, a project to harmonize and benchmark international food safety standards ( www.mygfsi.com ).

Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs)
Practices on farms that define best practices for production, incorporating integrated crop management, integrated pest management, and integrated agricultural hygienic practices.

Good Aquaculture Practices (GAPs)
Practices on aquaculture farms and wild catch fisheries that define best practices for production, incorporating integrated water quality, veterinary and growth practices, and handling and hygienic practices.

Good Hygiene Practice
1. Conditions and measures necessary to ensure the safety and suitability of food at all stages of the food chain.

2. Usually related to a combination of operation, process, personnel and/or service control procedures intended to ensure that products and/or services consistently achieve appropriate levels of hygiene.

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)
The combination of management and manufacturing practices, using best practice principles, designed to ensure food products are consistently produced to meet relevant legislative and customer specifications.

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