Safeguarding food safety requirements and quality standards
Quality. Assurance. Standards.
Our partners manufacture food and beverages consumed by millions of everyday consumers. We therefore take safety and quality seriously across the entire food supply chain—it begins with using only the best raw materials. We’ve also obtained all the necessary certifications to show that we comply with global quality standards and often exceed them.
We are certified kosher by the Orthodox Union and Maor Hakashrut. Both institutions are recognised by the international Jewish community.
Our operations in Malaysia and China are certified halal by the Muslim authorities in those respective countries. We’re also certified by the Halal Food Council of Europe (HFCE) which is accredited by the Emirates International Accreditation Council and recognised by ESMA, IFANCA, JAKIM, MUI, and MUIS.
The Foundation Food Safety System Certification 22000 (FSSC 22000) is a certification scheme for food safety management systems. FSSC 22000 is recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and accepted by accreditation bodies worldwide.
MS 1480 HACCP
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) is an internationally recognised preventive approach to food safety. It aids the identification, assessment, and control of hazards to ensure that food is safe for human consumption.
GMP for Food Safety Malaysia
GMP for Food Safety is a requirement defined by the Malaysia’s Ministry of Health (Food Safety & Quality Division). It aims to elevate food manufacturing standards in Malaysia and governs the food, cosmetics, health supplements, and traditional medicine industries.