Certification

Company offers assistance in getting certification for process or product quality in agri-food sector. Our team have outstanding practical experience in this sector: we can help you with bureaucracy and document fillings, advising you on the best approach to apply in order to get certified. Certifications facilitate standardization of quality, safety, operational criteria and manufacturers' fulfillment of legal obligations. They also help to provide protection to the consumer. In this way, you can add value to your business and facilitate export to EU Countries as well as establish a relationship of trust with consumers.


The company offers consultancy for an extensive range of certification, helping with compliance checks according to standards:

ISO 9001

is the absolute reference standard for quality management best known in the world, currently used by more than 750.000 organizations in 161 countries. This standard is not only for quality management systems but generally for any kind of management systems.

ISO 22000

is an international standard that defines the requirements for a management system in the field of safety and food hygiene, addressed to all organizations in the food chain, from producer to consumer.

ISO 14001

is an internationally accepted standard that defines how to set up an effective environmental management system. The standard has been designed to handle the delicate balance between maintaining profitability and reducing environmental impact.

BRC global standards

are a set of four technical standards that establish requirements useful to make adequate an organization for production, packaging, storage and distribution of safe and healthy products.

IFS

(international food standard) is a standard for the audit of suppliers of food products displaying the mark of the distributors and concerns only companies involved in food processing or packaging.

GlobalGAP (Good Agriculture Practices)

GlobalGAP is an internationally recognized set of farm standards dedicated to Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and good fish farming practices. For consumers and retailers, the GlobalGAP certificate is reassurance that food reaches accepted levels of safety and quality, and has been produced sustainably, respecting the health, safety and welfare of workers, the environment, and in consideration of animal welfare issues. Without such reassurance, farmers may be denied access to markets.

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