Angelic Bakehouse receives food safety system creds from NSF

The bakers of sprouted whole grain products becomes FSSC2200-certified from Global Food Safety Initiative.

Angelic Bakehouse, a certified Women's Owned Business and leading producer of sprouted whole grain breads, buns and specialty items, is proud to announce that as of June 19, 2014, the company became FSSC22000 certified. This GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) standard places Angelic Bakehouse within the top echelon of food manufacturers with respect to food safety.

"The Global Food Safety Initiative is a business-driven initiative for the continuous improvement of food safety management systems to ensure confidence in the delivery of safe food to consumers worldwide," states the GFSI website.

"We are incredibly proud and excited to have this certification under our belt," says Angelic Bakehouse CEO Jenny Marino. "This certification is the payoff of our significant investment to ensure that only the highest quality and safest food products reach our customers. When people see us on the shelves, they have come to expect an exceptional product. Our mission is to continue to deliver the best to these loyal customers."
With products on shelves at stores such as Whole Foods, Sprouts Farmers Market, Kowalski's, Mariano's and more, Angelic Bakehouse continues to grow. With the rise in popularity of sprouted whole grain products in both mainstream and natural markets due to superior nutritional benefits, the bakehouse continues to increase distribution to new markets across the country.

"By working hard to produce great quality products and backing those efforts with these prestigious certifications, we will be able to pursue every opportunity available through large retailers and Food Service Providers that have the strictest Food Safety Requirements," says Marino.

From the safety of their products to their leading management, the Marinos and the entire Angelic team are proud to be recognized for their accomplishments.

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