Food safety is important at each and every stage of the food supply chain. It protects consumers, meets legal obligations and safeguards your product. The standards prescribe quality, safety and operational criteria to ensure that manufacturers fulfill their legal obligations and provide protection for the end consumer.
The BRC Standard demands high levels of compliance and the certification programme is wide ranging, including food safety planning, site and process controls, and gaining management The standards soon became a universal benchmark for best practice in the food industry and have evolved into the globally recognized BRC Global Standards.
British Retail Consortium is a globally recognized UK trade organization which established a series of standard to help companies comply with food safety legislation, and to provide guidelines for the manufacture a safe and quality food products.
The emphasis of this BRC certification is to enhance the due diligence defense systems of the food manufacturers and also used as a base for supplier evaluation and approval. The certification of BRC is much appropriate to the food exporters to UK & Europe. The BRC’s main purpose is to make a positive difference to the retail industry and the customers it serves, today and in the future.
In past decades, food recalls have increased the greater consumer awareness about the safety of foods and causing retailers and food service providers to implement assurance measures, which protect your firm and brand against a recall. As a result, many UK, North American and European retailers mandate that their suppliers provide such assurance by achieving BRC certification.