What is the difference between HACCP and gaps?
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is designed to apply to processed food, including processed fruits and vegetables, while Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) apply just to fresh produce. HACCP is required by law for producers of meat and poultry, seafood and juices, but is not required by law for other food products. GAPs is not required by law. It is strictly voluntary.