Why SL FOOD TECH Certification Consultants?

Our mission to provide best service for you

Extensive Knowledge and Experience:

Our consultants have in-depth knowledge and extensive experience in the food industry, including food safety, quality management, regulatory compliance, and certification processes. We stay up-to-date with the latest industry standards and best practices.

Efficient and Streamlined Processes:

We streamline the certification process, ensuring that it is efficient and time-effective. Our consultants guide you through each step, from gap analysis and documentation to training and audits, making the certification journey smooth and hassle-free.

Tailored Solutions

We understand that every client is unique, and we provide customized solutions tailored to meet your specific needs. Whether you are a small startup or a large-scale enterprise, we work closely with you to develop and implement effective strategies to achieve your certification goals.

Comprehensive Range of Services:

Our consultancy services cover a wide range of areas, including food safety management systems, GMP compliance, HACCP implementation, organic certification, and more. We provide end-to-end support, from initial assessments to successful certification.

Get familiar with food safety management systems.
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification is a quality assurance certification that ensures that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. GMP is a set of guidelines that cover all aspects of the manufacturing process, including the facilities, equipment, personnel, and procedures. The certification is usually granted by an independent third-party organization after an audit of the manufacturing process. GMP certification is important for companies in the food, pharmaceutical, and medical device industries, as it helps to ensure that products are safe, effective, and of high quality. Having GMP certification can also help to improve customer confidence and marketability of the product.
HACCP certification stands for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points certification. It is a food safety management system that focuses on identifying and controlling potential hazards in the food production process. HACCP certification is recognized internationally and is required by many food regulatory agencies worldwide. The certification involves a systematic approach to identifying and controlling potential hazards, from the raw materials to the finished product, through a series of preventative measures. The certification process includes an audit of the food safety management system and the implementation of corrective actions when necessary. HACCP certification helps to ensure the safety of the food supply chain, minimize the risk of foodborne illness, and enhance consumer confidence in the safety and quality of food products.
ISO 22000:2018 is a globally recognized standard for food safety management systems. It outlines the requirements for organizations in the food industry to establish, implement, maintain, and continually improve their food safety management system. The certification helps to ensure that food products are safe for consumption by addressing hazards related to food safety throughout the entire food chain, from production to consumption. The ISO 22000:2018 certification provides a framework for organizations to demonstrate their commitment to food safety, enhance customer satisfaction, and comply with regulatory requirements.
FSSC 22000 (Food Safety System Certification) certification is a globally recognized food safety management system certification. It is based on the ISO 22000 standard and additional requirements specific to the food industry. FSSC 22000 provides a framework for companies to establish and maintain effective food safety management systems, ensuring the safety and quality of their products. The certification covers various aspects of food safety, including hazard analysis, operational controls, management commitment, communication, and continual improvement. It helps companies identify and control food safety hazards throughout the entire food supply chain, from farm to fork. FSSC 22000 certification demonstrates a company’s commitment to food safety and provides assurance to customers, stakeholders, and regulatory bodies. It enhances the credibility and reputation of the certified company and helps to build trust with customers and consumers. By achieving FSSC 22000 certification, companies can ensure compliance with food safety requirements, mitigate risks, and meet the demands of increasingly stringent food safety regulations.
BRC (British Retail Consortium) certification is a globally recognized standard for food safety management systems, particularly in the food manufacturing sector. The certification is designed to ensure that the food products meet the highest standards of safety, quality, and legality. The BRC standard covers various aspects of food safety, such as hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP), quality management, product traceability, and supplier management. The certification provides assurance to customers and stakeholders that the food products have been produced and handled safely, and the manufacturing facility operates in accordance with the BRC standard.
Organic certification is a process by which agricultural products, including food, are verified to have been produced according to specific organic farming standards. The certification ensures that the products have been grown and processed without the use of synthetic chemicals, pesticides, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and other prohibited substances. Organic certification typically involves an inspection and auditing process conducted by an accredited certifying body. The certifying body assesses the farm or production facility to verify compliance with organic standards, including criteria related to soil health, pest and weed management, animal welfare, and processing practices. Obtaining organic certification is important for farmers and food producers who want to label their products as organic. The certification allows them to demonstrate their commitment to sustainable and environmentally friendly agricultural practices. It also provides consumers with confidence that the products they are purchasing are produced in accordance with recognized organic standards. Different countries or regions may have their own organic certification programs and standards, such as USDA Organic in the United States, EU Organic in the European Union, and JAS Organic in Japan. Each program has specific requirements and guidelines that need to be met to achieve organic certification.
Kosher certification and Halal certification are both processes that verify the compliance of food products with specific dietary requirements.

Kosher certification ensures that products meet the standards outlined in Jewish dietary laws, known as Kashrut. It involves the examination of ingredients, production processes, and equipment to ensure compliance with kosher standards. Kosher certification provides assurance to Jewish consumers that the products they are purchasing adhere to these dietary guidelines.

Halal certification, on the other hand, is focused on meeting the dietary requirements of Muslim consumers. It verifies that products comply with Islamic dietary laws, which prohibit the consumption of certain ingredients such as pork and alcohol. Halal certification involves assessing ingredients, production processes, and supply chains to ensure compliance with halal standards.

Both certifications involve working with recognized certifying agencies that conduct inspections, audits, and ongoing monitoring to maintain compliance. Kosher and Halal certifications provide consumers with confidence that the food products they are purchasing meet the specific dietary requirements of their respective religious beliefs.

While Kosher and Halal certifications have different criteria based on different religious traditions, both play an important role in providing dietary choices and meeting the needs of Jewish and Muslim consumers who seek products aligned with their religious beliefs and practices.


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