To protect consumers, the legal requirements on food safety are steadily being reinforced by the government.
At Interpak the specific food safety risks of each assignment will be analyzed before start-up. If necessary preventive actions shall be implemented by our FST (food safety team). Furthermore we yearly train our employees to recognize food safety risks and to prevent them from happening.
To avoid possible cross contamination, all food products at Interpak are handled in separated production areas.
Interpak has the following quality certificates:
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1: FSSC 22000 is a full food safety certificate, which is based on ISO standards. This food safety management system is internationally recognized and fully according to the quality demands of BRC and IFS.
2: ISO 9001 is a quality management system.The ISO 9000 certificates addresses various aspects of quality management and contains some of ISO’s best known standards. The standards provide guidance and tools for companies and organizations who want to ensure that their products and services consistently meet customer’s requirements, and that quality is consistently improved.
3:The Bio certificate assures the consumer that a product with the indication “organic” really originates from an organic production process. As a control authority, Skal Biocontrole is dedicated to proving the reliability of organic products in the Netherlands.
4: The claim "Kosher" means that the food and the ingredients, which are used at preparation, are approved for consumption by Jewish consumers.
All companies, involved in the production process have to be under the supervision of an approved kosher agency thus being allowed to label their product as "kosher". This also is applicable for the packaging process of a kosher product.
5: "Halal" for muslims means "legitimate" or "allowed". For food products this means that these products are from origin, preparation and treatment according to the rules of the Koran. If a food product will be contaminated anywhere in the production chain, it is not allowed to call this product "Halal" anymore.
Companies who wish to handle "Halal" food can have themselves certified to ensure that the production processes meet the Islamic rules and the products are truly "Halal".
Owning these certificates we assure our customers a trustworthy organization, handling their products according to high quality standards..