Pastry Factory is firmly committed to food safety and the utmost quality of its products. As a result, it has just been granted ISO 22000 food-safety certification. This is one of the most important standards (along with the International Food Standard and British Retail Consortium), developed by the International Organisation for Standardisation and ensures the highest level of food safety. This year, the company decided to further firm up its commitment to quality and food safety in its products. The Quality Department designed and implemented a new quality system, in line with the company’s needs, which has now been granted the much-awaited certification.
“Getting ISO 22000 certification is great news, as it means we are respecting international standards on food safety,” explained Pastry Factory CEO Francesc Bascompte, who also added that there are many benefits to this certification.
But what does it mean exactly that Pastry Factory has been granted ISO 22000 certification?
- Being able to meet food-safety requirements with legal guarantees.
- Inspiring confidence and addressing the needs of clients in terms of food safety.
- Fostering future exports and boosting recognition among foreign clients.
- Achieving effective communication throughout the supply chain with duly approved clients and suppliers.
- Boosting competitiveness with other companies in the sector by fostering innovation through the development of new products.
- Boosting productivity by optimising processes and improving cost management.