We have introduced standards which guarantee good practice


GlobalGAP is a standard related to production of primary agricultural products and the activities following harvest, whose aim is to establish good agricultural practice worldwide. This standard is used before production for the processes which are a part of production (animal foodstuff or seedlings), as well as for all production activities before the final product leaves the factory. Its purpose is to provide a guarantee to retail and consumers that all the measures and controls have been undertaken to make a product safe for consumption.

Our cooperants renewed this certificate on 29.10.2018.

Find out more about the standard here: https://www.globalgap.org/uk_en/



IFS is a standard for both food quality and food safety, developed to assess the competence of food manufacturers as regards food safety and quality using just one standard.

Today IFS is a widely used standard for control of food safety and the quality of its manufacturers. These standards are based on traceability - a possibility to check at any given moment the quality of products on their way from a primary producer to an end user in each stage of production and distribution. IFS has provided us a potential to earn the trust of our consumers and to ensure their protection through production of safe and good quality products, simultaneously enabling us to improve cost effectiveness in food production and trade chain.

We renewed this certificate on 17.08.2018.

Find out more about the standard here: https://www.ifs-certification.com/index.php/en/


BRC is a standard developed in 1998 by the leading traders association in the UK - British Retail Consortium (BRC). The standard was introduced to assist retailers in fulfilling legal requirements and protection of clients (consumers), as a basis for assessing companies which deliver branded food products. Today this standard is recognised world-wide by many companies, including those outside the food industry, as ground for assessing suppliers and goods sold under private labels.

The standard requires implementation of HACCP principles, establishment of a documented system of quality management, as well as implementation of the standards for control of the factory environment, products, procedures and staff.

We acquired this certificate on 03.08.2018.

Find out more about the standard here: https://www.brcglobalstandards.com/