Certifications

ISO 22000:2005

This standard was introduced by the International Organization for Standardization to  which specifies the requirements an organizations food safety management system has to meet. To obtain ISO 22000:2005 the company has to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards. Further details regarding this standard can be accessed from the following site, www.iso.org. Click Here to view the Certificate.

HACCP

HACCP stands for 'Hazard analysis and critical control points'. This standard was introduced by the FDA, US food and drug administration. HACCP is a food safety management system based on 7 principles to ensure that potential hazardous products do not reach the end customer. Visit the official website for more information. Click Here to view the Certificate.

GMP Certified Company

GMP stands for 'Good manufacturing process'. This standard specifies a set of manufacturing guidelines to ensure the quality of the product; which includes a range of preventative controls such as training, audits, documentation and Validation/Evaluation.. Further details regarding this standard can be accessed from the following site, www.fda.gov. Click Here to view the Certificate.