Food Safety & Packaging

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BRC Food

British Retail Consortium (BRC) Standard was the result of the collaboration between some of the world’s leading food safety experts from retailers, manufacturers and food service companies.

IFS Food

IFS Food is only applied where the product is "processed or handled", or if there is a danger of product contamination during the primary packaging.

ISO 22000

ISO 22000 is a globally harmonized and process-oriented standard for food safety that may be applied by any organization in the food supply chain, to include the provision of raw materials and transportation.

FSSC 22000

Food Safety System Certification 22000 (FSSC 22000) is a robust, ISO-based, internationally accepted certification scheme for auditing and certification of food safety across the whole supply chain.

Global Gap

GLOBALG.A.P. is an internationally recognised standard for sustainable farm production. GLOBALG.A.P. certification covers food safety and traceability, environment, occupational health and safety and animal welfare.


HACCP is a systematic, preventive approach to food safety that determines the physical, chemical, and biological hazards in an effort to prevent contamination rather than finding it through finished product inspection.


PrimeSafe is a Statutory Authority operating under the Meat industry Act 1993 and Seafood Safety Act 2003 to regulate the safety of meat, poultry and seafood across Victoria.


BRC/IoP is designed for manufacturers of packaging who supply components or ready-made packaging for the packaging of foodstuffs, as well as their suppliers.


The objectives of the IFS PACsecure are to provide safe food packaging material guidelines and to establish a common standard with a uniform evaluation system.

EN 15593

An internationally recognized standard for hygiene management in the food packaging industry. It specifies requirements for manufacturers and suppliers of food packaging, including storage and transportation.