FSSC 22000 Certification

FSSC 22000 is a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked food safety standard. FSSC 22000 is based on the widely recognized Food Management System Standard ISO 22000, the industry relevant Pre-Requisite Program (PRP) and FSSC defined additional requirements.

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Proudly South African Certificate of Membership

Proudly South African was established in 2001, born out of the 1998 Presidential Job Summit which was convened by the late former President Nelson Mandela. The country’s official buy local advocacy campaign is aligned to the government’s objective of combatting the triple challenges of poverty, inequality and above all, unemployment.

Proudly South African is a membership based organisation, and only companies that have been audited and approved are entitled to carry the logo, which is a sign that a product or service meets local content thresholds and above all, quality standards.

Proudly South African works with the public and private sectors to promote increased levels of local procurement through supply chain structures, and with consumers to change habits of every day store and online purchases.

Proudly South African’s clarion call is Buy Local to Create Jobs.

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Polyco Certificate of Membership

Polyco is focused on making waste a valuable resource that works for our economy. They aim to grow the collection and recycling of all plastic packaging in South Africa and to promote the responsible use and reuse of this plastic packaging. Their mission is to reduce the amount of plastic packaging going to landfill and to end plastic waste in the environment. Polyco does this by collaborating with multiple stakeholders, by investing in recycling innovation and infrastructure in South Africa, and by educating both the industry and the consumer about recycling.

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METPAC SA Membership Certificate

METPAC SA  is an industry body that represents the various role-players in the metal packaging industry in South Africa.

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The UOS Kashrut Division supervises the production of kosher foodstuffs to the highest possible standard. There are approximately 1400 companies, 12000 products, and over 70000 ingredients under constant Kashrut supervision by the Beth Din. This is an ongoing process which is carried out by the busy Kashrut department.

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The South African National Halaal Authority (SANHA) is an international, non-profit organisation, representing the Muslim Ummah on all matters pertaining to the general application of the term Halaal with specific reference to Islamic dietary laws. SANHA‘s membership comprises of leading Theological Bodies and leading Professional Organisations of global repute.

SANHA has been established as a representative authority, which promotes professionalism and excellence in the certification of Halaal food and other related products.

This serves to confirm that our organisation is among the founder members of the World Halaal Council and enjoys international recognition from both Muslim countries and the broader global community.

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