Certification and Quality are two inseparable terms: our commitment to offer products and services of ever-increasing quality, is sustained, to be credible, by compliance and control according to national and International standards, certified by accredited and independent Certifying Authorities.
We work and invest, economically and in training, to improve the quality of our products and production processes; we do it every day to offer innovative, safe, high quality products. Our laboratory has been equipped with the most modern technologies and with experienced staff; this way we can guarantee to always offer excellent products, and for our customers, to safely use them. In organic farming, quality means first of all avoiding pollution from affecting the production chain; with our products you can rest assured: the supervision of all stages of the supply chain allows us not only to control the product in all its phases but to prevent, thanks to the continuous training of our partners, the problems resulting from lack of control in the production chain.
Our companies use several product and process certifications. Each certification has different purposes: some are necessary to operate, others to determine that our products match certain standards and to ensure consumers that our products meet their sensitivity on ethics, religious and environmental matters. Others are voluntary certifications aimed at guaranteeing the downstream supply chain about the high level of production process and control system. All, however, have the purpose of confirming the continuous improvement of our operational systems. Organic certification for us is crucial; our team is engaged every day in the verification of the organic supply chain, to ensure peace of mind for our customers.
EUBio (Reg 834/2007)
The fundamental goal of organic production consists in the achievement of quantity and quality, appropriate in accordance with the biological balance of man and animals in the safeguard of environmental resources. Hence, workers in the organic sector look to reduce or eliminate cultivation practices and techinical means that endanger the integrity of the environment, threatening the quality of the air, water, and the soil, and jeopardizing the future sustainability of production cycles. The basic premise for achieving these results is respect for natural cycles, biodiversity, the wellbeing of animals and having as little social and environmental impact as possible.
USDA / NOP
Since June 1st 2012 the American system for organic certification has been equivalent to the European organic standard.
The IFS (International Food Standard) is the standard for organic certification emitted by Control Organisms recognized by the Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry policies. To be organic, a product has to be controlled through the entire process by one of the organisms authorized by the ministry.The certification is a form of protection for producers and consumers, allowing them to enjoy the benefits of the safety of provenance and quality of the organic product. Organic farming is regulated by Regulations 834/07 and 889/08, which define production rules, the control system, and the characteristics of labeling as well as methods of importing from non-EU countries. All operators in the sector along the entire production chain must be subject to control by one of the bodies recognized by the Ministry. An organic product guarantees the absence of chemical processes and treatments in the supply chain, the absence of GMOs, and traceability throughout the supply chain. It also guarantees a much more transparent labeling than that of non-organic products. In this way the consumer feels protected and can choose consciously.
UNI EN ISO 9001:2008
Is it the standard of reference internationally recognized for the quality management of any organization, which intends to respond simultaneously to the need to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of internal processes as well as the growing competitiveness in the market through the improvement of satisfaction and client fidelity.
GMP+ B2 e B3
GMP+ is a certification scheme relative to the production, transportation and commercialization of animal feed. The GMP+ requirements demand the correct use of additives and products for veterinary medicine. In addition, they require the control of undesirable substances and products such as heavy metals, pesticides and aflatoxins. Lastly, they require that appropriate measures be taken to prevent the contamination of animals through feed containing salmonella. The GMP+ certification provides evidence and guarantees that animal feeds and the ingredients they contain meet the legal requirements and the agreements made with other actors in the supply chain. This certification stands testimony to the company’s commitment to food safety, as the feed industry, including the suppliers of ingredients, are an integral part of the food supply chain and responsible for the safety of products.
Non GMO Project Verified
This is a certification issued by the US organization Foodchain Advisor. It was created to guarantee to those consumers who, for whatever reason, retain that they do not want to consume foods containing genetically modified organisms. This way the consumer, seeing the logo, knows that the product has been verified and that GMOs are not present in the production chain.
The certification of kosher makes the product suitable for consumption according to the precepts of the Jewish religion established in the Torah.
The IFS (International Food Standard) is the standard for organic certification emitted by Control Organisms recognized by the Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry policies. The IFS Broker standard was created with with the aim of providing a homogeneous system for assessing the activities of brokers, importers and trade agencies in the procurement of products for large-scale retail trade. The primary objective is to verify how brokers select their suppliers, which quality requirements have been implemented, and finally to verify if they are able to meet the applicable legislative requirements.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the agency of the US government that regulates products that are placed on the market, from food to ethical drugs. The FDA depends on the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The primary objective of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is to protect and guarantee the safety and health of citizens through the enactment of rules and principles that control and provide reference for the marketing of products studied according to rigorous processes.