Accreditations

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Soil Association

Soil Association standards are recognised to exceed statutory organic standards, such as those set by the European Union, and the UK government.

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BRC-A

We hold the BRC-A global standard for food safety. BRC is a quality certification program, used by over 22,000 suppliers to the food industry across 123 countries. The organisation’s primary aim is to offer protection for the end consumer by standardising quality, safety and operational activities to ensure food manufacturers and their suppliers fulfil their legal obligations.

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Halal

The word ‘halal’ literally means permissible- and in translation it is usually used as lawful.​ The Halal food Authority rules for halal are based on Islamic Shari’ah. The antonym to halal is haram, which means unlawful or forbidden. It is well known in the meat trade that Muslims consume halal meat.

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Kosher

Kosher is a Hebrew word that means fit, proper or correct. Nowadays, it is mostly used to describe food and drink that complies with Jewish religious dietary law.

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FDA (Food & Drug Administration)

Recognized accreditation bodies (FDA accreditation holder) will have the authority to accredit third-party “certification bodies,” otherwise known as third-party auditors. In turn, the certification bodies conduct consultative and/or regulatory food safety audits and issue certifications to eligible entities that produce food for humans and animals.