The continuous ambition for improvement leads us to a sustainable way of production. As a result, our products meet the requirements of the highest global quality standards, including: BRC Food, BIOSUISSE ORGANIC, FSSC22000, Naturland, Kosher, Organic, USDA Organic and GMP+.
The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety has been developed by food industry experts from retailers, manufacturers and food service organizations to ensure it is rigorous and detailed but easy to understand. It provides a framework for managing the safety, integrity, legality and quality of products and the operational controls for these criteria in the production, processing and packaging of food and food ingredients.
International certification Bio Suisse AG (ICB AG) is the certification company for products from operations produced outside Switzerland for the Bio Suisse market. Nine out of ten of these farmers, processors and traders have their raw materials and products certified by ICB AG. The Basel-based company certifies the following types of activities according to Bio Suisse standards: organic farming, processing, trade, wild animal collection, beekeeping, mushroom cultivation and aquaculture. For these certificates, ICB AG is state accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS).
FSSC 22000 certifies the food, feed and packaging safety systems of companies in the food chain that process or manufacture animal products, perishable plant products, long shelf life products and other food ingredients such as supplements, vitamins and bio-cultures.
Naturland certification meets the strictest internationally recognized standards. Accreditation based on the sISO/IEC 17065 standard documents the reliability and transparency of our certification system. Producers and processors are inspected at least once a year by independent and competent third-party inspection bodies authorized by Naturland.
The Kosher certificate confirms that the product has been properly inspected and monitored in terms of the Kosher law. It also alerts customers to any specific Kosher category the product may fall under, such as dairy, meat, or Passover status. For businesses, Kosher certification is a regulatory stamp that increases the appeal of their products to the wider market and is a huge selling point. Products are approved as Kosher only when they carry the Kosher compliance company logo.
Organic means a sustainable farming system that respects food quality, the environment and animal welfare throughout the supply chain. It is a holistic food management and production that combines the best environmental practices, a high level of biodiversity, conservation of natural resources and application of high standards of animal welfare.
USDA-certified organic products must be produced in accordance with organic regulations and without the use of prohibited substances or excluded methods such as sewage sludge, irradiation or genetic engineering.
GMP stands for "Good Manufacturing Practices" and "+" to integrate HACCP ("Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points"). The certification scheme is the result of close cooperation between GMP+ International and companies in the sector.