Show Your Commitment to Sustainability throughout the Food Chain
Growing safely while delivering healthy products in a responsible way has became a constant challenge for producers.
New pressures from consumers, retailers and legislation have placed new demands on farmers and growers. They are required to use production techniques that reduce the impact of farming on the environment and to make efficient use of natural resources, while safeguarding the welfare of workers, farm animals and sea life.
With Bureau Veritas Certification, show a commitment to sustainability throughout the food chain and gain access to markets.
Organic Certification is an internationally recognized set of standards aimed at proving that agricultural and food products have been produced with emphasis on:
the protection of soil and water
the enhancement of biodiversity
the responsible use of energy and natural resources
All food products, clients and suppliers can seek organic certification.
The European Organic Certification is recognized by all European Union member countries.
In order to access the US market, your products must be certified against the National Organic Program (NOP) when the product is exported from a non-European Union country.
GlobalGAP is an internationally recognized set of farm standards dedicated to Good Agricultural Practices (GAP).
The GlobalGAP certificate is the reassurance that food reaches accepted levels of safety and quality, and has been produced sustainably, respecting the health and the safety of the workers, the environment, and in consideration of animal welfare issues.
Through certification, producers can gain access to international markets by demonstrating their adherence to these values.
Major consumer goods manufacturers came together to create a global forum called AIM Progress to promote responsible sourcing within the supply chain.
Suppliers are encouraged to share their assessment reports upon request and to upload them via the Supplier Date Exchange (Sedex) platform.
Bureau Veritas Certification was selected to monitor these assessments also referred to as SMETA audits (Sedex Member Ethical Trade Audit).
SA 8000 Certification
SA 8000 is the world’s most accepted social certification standard for workplaces. It encourages companies to develop and maintain socially acceptable practices at work.
It was published by Social Accountability International, a non-governmental organization.
Following recommendations from the RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil), a not-for-profit organization, Bureau Veritas Certification provides you with a solution to prove the sustainability of your palm oil production for every step of your supply chain.
UTZ Certified stands for sustainable farming for cocoa, coffee and tea, and better opportunities for farmers, their families and our planet.
The UTZ program enables farmers to learn better farming methods, improve working conditions and take better care of their children and the environment.
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