GAPP

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GAPPGenerally Accepted Privacy Principles
GAPPGeneral Administration of Press and Publication (China)
GAPPGerman American Partnership Program
GAPPGroupes d'Analyse de Pratiques Professionnelles (French: Professional Practices Analysis Groups)
GAPPGroupe d’Aide Psycho-Pédagogique (French: Psycho-Educational Help Group)
GAPPGroupement Genevois des Associations de Parents d'Elèves du Primaire (French: Geneva Group of Associations of Parents of Primary Students; Switzerland)
GAPPGroupement d'Achats pour Particuliers (French: Purchasing Group for Individuals)
GAPPGeometric Arithmetic Parallel Processor
GAPPGroupement d'Action Protection Privée (French: Private Protection Action Group; Sénégal)
GAPPGeriatric Adolescent Partnership Programme
GAPPGang Alternative Prevention Program
GAPPGeneral Agreement on Parallel Paths (electricity deregulation)
GAPPGuidelines for Assessing Postnatal Problems
GAPPGovernment-Assisted PC Program
GAPPGreat Ape Phenome Project
GAPPGeorgia Association of Plant Pathologists
GAPPGeneralized A Posteriori Probability
GAPPGood Agricultural Practices Program (Georgia Crop Improvement Association)
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The current Penn State University/American Mushroom Institute Mushroom Good Agricultural Practices program appears to address many of the types of issues likely to be required under the law or any mushroom-specific produce standards that FDA may decide to require.
I was invited to speak on behalf of AMI about the Mushroom Good Agricultural Practices program. The following is the statement I delivered to the FDA session.
The AMI Food Safety Task Force worked for several years in developing a commodity specific good agricultural practices program because mushrooms are such a unique crop- grown indoors in a controlled environment and didn't fit into the standard "farm or ranch audits" that most third party auditors conducted.
AMI's food safety initiatives, training sessions for the Mushroom Good Agricultural Practices program, participation in the OSHA Alliance and the need for more research funding at the state level were also discussed.
Another goal of the food safety task force is the continued refinement of a mushroom-specific Good Agricultural Practices program with a mushroom-specific audit.