GLOBALG.A.P is a voluntary and private standard began in 1997 as EUREPGAP , which is an initiative by EUREP, a large supermarket chains in Western Europe . The aim of GLOBALG.A.P is to increase consumers’ confidence in food safety, environmental impact and the health, safety and welfare of workers and animals. GLOBALG.A.P standard consists of IFA Standard and General Rules, and CPCC. GLOBALG.A.P standard is modular-based consisting of: (i) All Farm Base Module: This is the foundation of all sub-scopes and defines all the requirements that all producers must first comply with to gain certification, (ii) Scope Module: This defines clear criteria based on the different food production sectors (Crops, Livestock and Aquaculture), (iii) Sub-scope Module: These CPCC cover all the requirements for a particular product or different aspect of the food production and supply chain. For example, a strawberry grower must comply with the All Farm Base, the Crops Standard, and the Fruit & Vegetables CPCC to receive a GLOBALG.A.P. fruit & vegetables standard certificate. Certified producers and traders will receive a GGN, a unique 13-digit number identified each certified operator. GGN matches with GLN. More than 130,000 farms in over 120 countries are certified GLOBALG.A.P.