Almost every refrigerated or frozen food product must be stored, transported, and sold with suitable packaging. For manufacturers and retailers, that packaging must enable damage-free transport, ensure stability, be easy to stack, and be lightweight to keep transportation costs low.
Great American Packaging (GAP) is pleased to announce that the company has received the highest rating possible on the recently completed IFS PACsecure audit, a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) recognized food safety certification program. The audit is designed to make sure packaging companies comply with rigorous standards that are in place to ensure the quality and safety of all packaging materials that come into contact with food.
Food Safety Net Services (FSNS) has been providing industry-leading food safety testing services in Green Bay, Wisconsin since 2005. FSNS has announced their move within the city to a new, state-of-the-art laboratory. This transition will allow FSNS to continue to grow as one of the food safety leaders in the region, and expand operations throughout the Midwest.
RLS Logistics has received food safety certification through the British Retail Consortium Global Standard (BRCGS), garnering the highest AA rating for at every one of its five cold storage facilities and for its distribution network. BRCGS certification is an internationally recognized distinction awarded to companies in the food storage and distribution industries that meet BRC Standards of best practices for quality, hygiene, and product safety.
The Certified Cold Carrier program rewards excellence in refrigerated transportation.
March 5, 2020
As part of a commitment to food safety, KeHE is proud to announce it has earned the Cold Carrier Certification, the first certification of its kind focused on excellence in refrigerated transportation. The Cold Carrier Certification program was initially piloted by several companies, including KeHE.
With forward planning, effective communication and the right partners, responding to regulatory updates can fit within your existing business plan, thus achieving compliance in conjunction with new item launches, reformulations, redesigns, packaging updates and other competing priorities within the business plan.
WQS provides third-party certification, auditing and inspection services across the whole food chain, from farm to retail.
September 20, 2019
QIMA, a Hong Kong-based provider of quality control and supply chain compliance solutions, acquired World Quality Services (WQS), a Charlotte, N.C.-based provider of food certification, audit and training services.