The GGN Label for Certified Floriculture

Flowers and ornamental products that come from farms and nurseries that have GLOBALG.A.P. certified production processes can be labeled with the GGN label. The label works with the GLOBALG.A.P. Number (GGN), a 13-digit identification number assigned to each producer or producer group with a GLOBALG.A.P. certified production process.

The GGN Label Portal for Certified Floriculture

Using the GGN printed together with the GGN label logo on the product packaging, consumers can learn more about the farms that have produced the GLOBALG.A.P. certified products at www.ggn.org

The GGN label portal provides useful, engaging, and educational information about flowers and ornamental plants. It also explains what good agricultural practices are and how the farms with certified production processes implement them. This direct line between the consumer and the original producer forms the basis of a chain of trust in floriculture.

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The GGN Label for Certified Floriculture Is Based on the GLOBALG.A.P. Flowers & Ornamentals Standard

The GLOBALG.A.P. Flowers & Ornamentals standard (IFA FO) defines clear criteria for ensuring good agricultural practices in nurseries and floriculture farms. The standard covers all stages of production, from pre-harvest activities (such as soil management, propagation material, integrated plant management, and fertilizer use) to responsible water use, environment and conservation, hygiene and security measures during harvest, and workers’ health, safety, and welfare.

The GLOBALG.A.P. IFA FO standard is designed to help improve farm management, raise the efficiency of farm operations, protect environmental resources, and enable access to international markets around the world.

Learn more at www.globalgap.org/fo.

Benefits of Using the GGN Label for Certified Floriculture

  1. Demonstrate your strong commitment to ensuring the best quality for your customers by buying and selling flowers and ornamentals from GLOBALG.A.P. certified production processes.
  2. Make your products stand out from the competition and show your commitment to responsible and sustainable cultivation.
  3. Source certified products from more than 1,800 companies in 41 countries worldwide.
  4. The label connects consumers and growers by showing where the product was grown, adding transparency and trust in certified methods of cultivating flowers and ornamental plants.
  5. Feature your farm and products on the GGN label portal.
  6. Get widespread social media coverage as a farm with a GGN label license via an ongoing consumer information campaign.
  7. Benefit from promotional material that you can share with your customers (visual material, point-of-sale leaflets, text proposals for your website, etc.).