Woodland Foods gains highest level BRC accreditation

Woodland Foods gains highest level BRC accreditation

Ingredient supplier exceeds rigorous global food safety initiative standards and is awarded A-level certification.  

Woodland Foods, importer and supplier of specialty natural ingredients, has received the highest level of British Retail Consortium (BRC) accreditation. With this A-level BRC Certification, Woodland Foods has attained the highest global food safety standard for the receipt, storage, blending, packaging and transport of dry foods and ingredients.

"Obtaining our certification to the Global Food Safety Initiative demonstrates our company-wide commitment—from our president to our food-handling professionals—to making food safety our first priority," said Jerry Kruse, director of quality assurance and technical services at Woodland Foods. "Achieving the highest level of certification, 'A Grade', ensures customers, indisputably, the safety and quality of our products."

"Achieving A-Level BRC certification speaks volumes about our company-wide commitment to exceeding rigorous quality standards through ensuring consistent quality, maintaining stringent Quality Assurance methods and providing expert product knowledge supported by years of experience," said David Moore, president and CEO of Woodland Foods. "Our dedication to quality gives our customers peace of mind, which is exceptionally important in the food industry."

The BRC Global Standards are a leading global product safety and quality certification program used by certificated suppliers in over 100 countries and is recognized as a GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) benchmarked food safety scheme. A growing number of retailers and major manufacturers in Europe and North America require this independent certification from their suppliers. They facilitate standardization of quality, safety, operational criteria and manufacturers' fulfillment of legal obligations. They also help provide protection to the consumer.

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