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HomeAgriculture & FoodFoodTransportationOther Food Industry CertificationBRC IOP Food Packaging & Packaging Materials Certification
Every organization involved in the manufacture of all types of packaging and packaging materials can show their commitment to producing a safe, functional and legal product by obtaining certification to this standard. Certification is regularly required by customers as part of their supplier approval procedures.
We are approved by the BRC to offer certification against the BRC/IOP Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials and our global network allows us to offer this service wherever you (or your suppliers) are and at whatever stage of the international supply chain. Importantly, we use auditors who speak the local language and understand the local culture, helping you ensure that good safety management practices are followed.
Obtaining certification will help satisfy your customers’ expectations by demonstrating the plans, programs and systems that the standard demands:
The BRC standard is recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), a program that aims to harmonize international food safety related standards with the support of the world’s top retailers, food and packaging manufacturers. GFSI recognition means you can use the BRC global standard to meet the requirements of these major players under a single, internationally recognized food safety management system.
Contact SGS now to discover how we can help improve your organization’s credentials with certification against the BRC IOP Food Packaging and Packaging Materials standard.
We are conducting a survey to improve understanding of current industry practices relating to allergen control and management. Responding to the survey will take about 10 minutes.
Complete our Allergen Management Survey
The results will be shared across the industry in Q1 2014.