BRC Food Certification
BRC Food Certification is a food safety management system that is recognized globally and focuses on food safety, quality, and legality.
IFS Food Certification
The IFS (International Featured Standards) Food Certification is a globally recognized standard for food safety and quality management systems.
- To obtain the IFS Food Certification, a company must undergo an independent audit by an accredited certification body.
- The audit assesses the company’s compliance with the IFS Food Standard and provides a report with recommendations for improvement.
- The IFS Food Certification is recognized by many retailers and food service companies, who often require their suppliers to be certified to the standard.
Good Agricultural Practices
Organic agriculture emphasizes the use of renewable resources and conservation of soil and water. Organic farmers strive to create a healthy and diverse ecosystem on their farms, promoting biodiversity and reducing the impact of agriculture on the environment.
Organic farming has several potential benefits, including improved soil health, reduced pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, and increased biodiversity. Organic farming also emphasizes animal welfare and promotes the use of organic feed and pasture for livestock.
9001 – Quality Management System
A Quality Management System (QMS) is a set of policies, procedures, and processes that an organization uses to ensure that its products or services meet customer requirements and comply with applicable regulatory and legal requirements. The primary goal of a QMS is to improve customer satisfaction by consistently delivering high-quality products or services.