What is BRC Certificate What is IFS Certificate What are the Differences Between ISO 22000 Certificate?
The main standard regarding the Food Safety Management System accepted by all countries in the world is ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System Standard and ISO 22000 Certificate.
However, some countries have created their own internal standards and introduce new conditions in terms of Food Safety by introducing some specific conditions. At the beginning of these standards is the BRC Certificate EFSIS or IFS Certificate.
BRC Certificate: BRC Certificate is the document that is defined by the abbreviation of the British Retailers Association and given as a result of the implementation of the Food Safety Standards created by the British Retailers Association.
IFS Certificate: IFS (International Food Standard) is defined as the abbreviation of International Food Standards. The document given to the Food Safety Management Standards for Food Manufacturers and Suppliers, which was put forward by the German Retailers Association and later created with the contributions of the French Retailers Association, is called the IFS Certificate.
Why BRC/IFS ?
Food expertise can help every player in the food supply chain to meet high standards of Health & Safety and Environmental compliance. This global presence means that our clients can take advantage of the double advantage of international expertise combined with knowledge gained from in-depth local experience (language, culture, laws, customs, etc.) that enables high-quality testing. It is a globally recognized symbol of your commitment.