A certified company
ISO 9001 is an international standard relating to quality management. It was developed using an organisational model based on process management as a reference, using a series of quality management principles, all of which are essential for good company management. The main objective of certification is to manage one's own activity effectively, helping to improve the result of everyone's work, thus involving and enhancing the company's human resources.
Food safety certification
FSSC 22000 is a voluntary certification of the food safety system for all companies in the food sector, designed to improve the food safety system, implementing it and making it more efficient. The certification aims to protect the final consumer from any food-related risks by intervening in the entire chain behind a product, thus making company organisations and processes safer and more effective.
Supply chain certification
ISO 22005 is the international reference point for the certification of agri-food traceability systems, created to make it easy to reconstruct the history and origin of products by intervening on the entire upstream supply chain. The certification aims to make all the steps and subjects involved in the chain transparent, so that, should a non-compliance occur, it is possible to trace it back to the point in the chain where the problem arose, and then intervene in a targeted manner.
Product certification for the nutrition of observant Jews
Kosher is the set of religious rules that dominate the nutrition of the observant Jewish people; the very word "kosher" or "kasher", in fact, means "in accordance with the law", "permitted". Being kosher-certified, therefore, ensures that one's products are fit for consumption and conform to the dietary rules of the Jewish community, guaranteeing that one manages the company's production processes in accordance with the provisions of their sacred texts.
Organic product certification
Organic farming considers the entire agricultural ecosystem, promoting the biodiversity of the environment in which it operates and limiting or excluding the use of synthetic products and genetically modified organisms. Organic farming was created to safeguard the natural fertility of the soil and avoid any form of pollution caused by agricultural techniques, producing food of high nutritional quality and in sufficient quantities. Being certified organic means that the company is sensitive to this philosophy and is actively committed to safeguarding it and spreading it more and more every day.
Product certification compliant with Islamic doctrine
Halal in Arabic means 'lawful' and Halal certification attests that food products comply with Islamic doctrine. It is therefore a quality, supply chain and product certification. In the food sector, Halal certification guarantees that food, as well as complying with Italian and European regulations on hygiene and safety, is prepared according to Shariah rules.