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Food & Food Equipment Definitions & Certifications
Food, beverage and special diet companies providing consumable products are assumed to be operating in accordance within their industry - see the disclaimer at end of the page. Covering the production methods, adherence to processing practices, compliance with the approved accreditation standards, certification requirements, facility audits and are focused towards delivering quality products. Read here for full description.
Certified Food Products
Food, beverage and special diet providers that state on our site that their product is certified are able to provide supporting documentation under the “Certifications” section of the listing. Food certifications are provided typically by certifying authorities based on certain criteria and standards that must be met to ensure product quality by operating in accordance within their industry.
Certification criteria can cover but not limited to the production methods, adherence to processing (includes packaging) practices, compliance with the approved accreditation standards, supply chain traceability, conserving water, energy and soil resources, pest management to minimise pesticide use, no artificial flavours and colours, no preservatives certification requirements, recycled waste reduction, facility audits and are focused towards delivering quality products.
Product certification (product qualification) is the method of certifying that a product or equipment has passed the minimum standards (comparable to quality assurance). This covers processes such as performance tests, meets contract stipulated qualification criteria, quality assurance tests, regulations and specifications/Certification Schemes.
Certification Schemes are normally specified to include the performance test methods that the product must meet and the standards the product must meet to be certified. Also including information about product certifiers and product certification bodies whose overall aim is certifying products, processes or services providing confidence for interested parties that a product, process or service fulfils specified requirements. And accreditation bodies who provide the accreditation for product certifiers and product certification bodies to perform their duties.
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