The standard UNI EN ISO 22005:2008 has replaced the national standards for supply chain traceability (UNI 10939:2001) and for company traceability (UNI 11020:2002).

A traceability system is a useful tool for any organisation operating in the agriculture, food and feedstuff chain because it makes it possible to assess particular aspects of a product, (e.g. its origin…

Integrated Crop Management is an eco-friendly cultivation method using techniques that guarantee lower environmental impact and a reduction of the release into the environment of chemical substances, integrating these with natural input.

Environmental benefits of Integrated Crop Management
Adopting this method makes it possible to provide better environmental safeguards and to guarantee consumers greater food safety, in addition to…

GLOBALG.A.P. today is the world’s leading farm assurance program, translating consumer requirements into Good Agricultural Practice in a rapidly growing list of countries – currently more than 125.

What is GLOBALGAP
Product certification, in particular of fruit and vegetables, as compliant with this standard is much in demand among the major European retail chains which aim to offer…

CCPB offers a certification service for all companies that aim to market vegetable products, in particular zero residue fruit and vegetables.

What does Zero Residue mean
In the field of integrated agriculture, with the possibility of using plant protection products also “non-natural”, the zero residue can be reached using only molecules with a rather fast degradation on the product…

Always aware of operators’ needs in the agri-food field to enhance the agricultural and food products, CCPB  has been activating the product certification according to the Technical Documents proposed by the companies of the sector, for some years.

The advantages of the product certification
This certification offers the possibility to the agri-food operators to communicate the characteristics that…