Across our supply chain, Delightful Quality Produce Company considers food safety as number one priority. Our Food Safety strategy consists of assuring that our soilless substrate, our soil, our plants, and our growing, packaging, and handling methods meet the standars of prestigious quality assurance agencies.
Furthermore, DQP invites you to meet the only Grafting Laboratory in Mexico provided by the United Nations with the objective of eliminating the use of Methyl Bromide in our growing methods. Also look at the certifications that the parties involved in our supply chain posses, assuring safe and healthy produce.
Say good-bye to the use of pesticides like Methyl Bromide. We choose not to use this and other poisonous chemicals in our greenhouse tomato production. Instead…
The United Nations saw it fit to invest big-time in a grafting laboratory to be specifically used by our growers. The laboratory is scheduled to begin grafting production when it’s completed early November 2009. However, grafting research and development has already been kicked into high gear by a resident UN agent for our current lot of produce.
These high-profile grafting methods and techniques are designed to create perfectly delicious “Super Produce” for you and your customers for many years to come. Wait until you experience the produce from this facility – it’ll drive your taste buds crazy!
|AGRICOLA BADILLA||Yes||98%||Mexico Calidad Suprema (Mexico Supreme Quality)|
|CEIBA||Yes||100%||Mexico Calidad Suprema (Mexico Supreme Quality)|
|AGRICOLA SUAKAI||Yes||98%||Mexico Calidad Suprema (Mexico Supreme Quality)|
|El Porvenir||Yes||95%||Mexico Calidad Suprema (Mexico Supreme Quality)|
|Agri-Packing Supply, Inc||No||100%||C-TPAT certificate HACCP Food Handlers|
So here’s something you’ll want to know! A critical part of ensuring food safety is to grow our plants in soilless substrates, composed of organic elements.
This substrate is jammed packed with the following organic components:
When the plant is transferred to the inside of our greenhouses, DQP growers treat the soil with humic and fulvic acids to send the soil quality – through the roof, enhancing the immunity of the soil to diseases.