Quality and sustainability are very important to us. On this page you will find our certifications that express this and what the respective certificates have for a meaning.
Organic products can now be recognised at a glance thanks to the organic seal. The organic seal can be used to identify products and foodstuffs that have been produced, manufactured and inspected in accordance with EU legislation on organic farming. This EU-wide legislation guarantees uniform minimum standards for organic farming. The organic seal stands for organic production and animal husbandry appropriate to the species.
The term "halal" comes from Arabic and means "permitted". The Koran states that Muslims are not allowed to consume pork. This also includes gelatin, which is usually made from pork. The meat of other animals slaughtered according to the Islamic rite is considered halal, as is food that does not contain animal blood or alcohol. Strictly speaking, some additives are also considered non-halal, such as emulsifiers.
IFS BrokerTo ensure a consistently high level of quality, we have installed a quality management system in accordance with the International Featured Standard (IFS) Broker. In addition, all of our production plants have GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) recognized quality management systems and, depending on the location, further certificates such as Kosher, Halal, RSPO SG, UTZ/Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade and Organic.
The term "kosher" comes from the Jewish religion and translated from Hebrew means "pure". Animals that are considered kosher are ruminants and cloven-hoofed animals, which include cows, sheep and goats. In addition, the animals must be slaughtered in a certain way to be considered kosher and thus approved for consumption.
The Rainforest Alliance seal promotes collaborative social and environmental efforts. It focuses on the positive impact of responsible choices, from farms and forests to the supermarket checkout. The seal helps you identify which products are positively impacting the future for people and nature, enabling you to make more conscious purchasing decisions.
RSPO is a global multi-stakeholder initiative for sustainable palm oil. RSPO members and participants in its activities come from many different sectors, including plantation companies, processors and traders, consumer goods manufacturers and retailers of palm oil products, financial institutions, environmental and social NGOs from many countries that produce or use palm oil. The RSPO's vision is to "transform markets by making sustainable palm oil the norm".