Food Safety refers to routines in the preparation, handling, and storage of food. It meant to prevent food borne illness and injury but supports non-toxic farming in Malaysia. From farms to factory to fork, food products may encounter any number of health hazards during the journey through the supply chain. Safe food handling practices and procedures are thus implemented at every stage of food production life cycle in order to prevent harm to consumers.
The food borne diseases, are described as the illnesses with which people are infected by the foods they eat. These diseases are a widespread public health issue and are expensive to treat.
Food contamination at any stage, from production to consumption , produces bacteria, viruses, parasites, chemical agents and toxins, which eventually cause the food borne diseases.
These diseases are seen as a pervasive, permanent problem that can lead to morbidity and mortality. Food borne diseases are increasing worldwide, due to neglect of personal hygiene and food hygiene.
Shorten food supply chain from growing to table
We effectively reduce the amount of times food being handled by human, transportation, preservation/storage. Hence, we reduce the chances of exposing to various environment with variable hygiene circumstances .
HAVVA systems in designed to grow plants vertically. Vegetables are not exposed to soil or ground soil water. Therefore, it will not expose to bacteria or contaminants related to soil or water.
Stringent operating procedure and handling process from seeds to harvest and packaging
All HAVVA urban farm practice food safety guidelines to ensure highest international food safety standards.
Farm to Home
HAVVA urban farm practice shipping of vegetables directly from farm to end user home within 4 hours upon harvest. Also, we practice pluck and pay policies. Home users come to our farm, pluck the non-toxic farming fresh vegetables and bring them home directly.