TAP Identifies Safety and Sustainability of Agricultural Products more than Transparency and Traceability
Look for and identify the certification mark and label to facilitate the purchase of TAP
The COA advises consumers to identify TAP and relevant labeling information such as traceability code, open information website, name of product, and certification agency, so as to ensure that they have purchased safe and sustainable TAP products.
Picture 1: Picture shows TAP mark. Only those agricultural products that have passed TAP certification are allowed to use it. Usage without proper certification is subject to fines between NT$200,000 to NT$1 million.
Picture 2: Sample of TAP Certification label. It should include name of product, traceability code, method of open information, labeling and certification agency. Moreover, a QR code of TAP contains product batch information unclosuring website address could assist consumers to access the production records and relevant information.