Certifications

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Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points 

 

The HACCP plan manages food safety through the identification, analysis, and control of physical, chemical, biological, and radiological hazards that can harm food. Inspects from raw materials, the stages of the manufacturing process, distribution, and consumption of the finished product.

BCRS Food Safety  

 

BRC is the acronym for British Retail Consortium, the association of British food chains that, in 1998, published a standard (BRC standard or protocol) for the management of food safety that they began to require their private label suppliers.

BRC is a certifiable standard that describes the requirements of a food safety management system based on the approach of HACCP principles but with special emphasis on food industry facilities and introducing elements to improve the management of those lacking in HACCP.

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Halal Certification

 

The Halal seal is important for Muslim nations as it certifies a correct use of resources, adherence to religious practices, and respect for Islamic symbols, providing quality guarantees to the 1.5 billion Muslims around the world and particularly in the Asia Pacific region, where Indonesia alone has more than 213 million Muslims and Malaysia just over 14 million.

The Halal seal is important for Muslim nations as it certifies a correct use of resources, adherence to religious practices, and respect for Islamic symbols, providing quality guarantees to the 1.5 billion Muslims around the world and particularly in the Asia Pacific region, where Indonesia alone has more than 213 million Muslims and Malaysia just over 14 million.

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Kosher Certification

 

KOSHER guarantees that a product complies with the standards of the Jewish religion and currently plays a role in the sales of the food industry for both ingredients and products on the retail market, although it is also applicable to catering establishments.

Currently in Europe and the United States, the growth in demand for products labeled as KOSHER exceeds any other food label on the market.

The value of this certificate is that if your product or establishment obtains this label, it is a guarantee for consumers that it complies with the Kosher food policy. It meets strict requirements for cleanliness, purity and quality.

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