We recently completed one of our most comprehensive video projects to date: a series of eight videos for the Hawaii Department of Agriculture explaining the requirements for Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) certification.
Background: Farming is an important part of Hawaii's economy and in recent years, food safety has become a priority. We were hired to create videos that help farms and farm workers understand food safety regulations and how farms can become GAP certified. These videos were designed to work with voice-overs in English, Chinese, Thai, Spanish and Ilocano.
One of the talented project leaders, Jeri Kahana, recently explained how they are using the video series in education:
We have shared it with our Cooperative Extension partners to use when conducting outreach education with our farmers. We have also shared it with a Group GAP organization who is working with a group of farmers to become GAP certified under the Group GAP program. They were all impressed by the videos!
Along with working with the amazing team in Hawaii, we loved this project because it was a perfect fit for our style of explainer videos. The videos are educational and focused on solving a problem.
Below is the complete video series:
Introduction to GAP Certification
Understanding Microbes, Record Keeping, and Common Risks
GAP Part 1: Farm Review
GAP Part 2: Field Harvest and Packing
GAP Part 3: House Packing Facility
GAP Part 4: Storage and Transportation
GAP Part 6: Wholesale and Terminal Warehouse Receiving
GAP Part 7: Food Defense
Find all translated versions of the videos at the Hawaii HDOA website.
Learn more about our custom video projects.