Gubin Poultry Complex LLC, which is part of the Pan Kurchak Agropromgroup, has introduced a food safety management system that meets international standards ISO 22000: 2005. The relevant certificate was presented by the General Director of the MNC Group Georgy Mazur. It is this Group that represents the German expert organization TÜV SÜD. The certificate confirms that the company’s products are absolutely safe and high quality, primarily due to clear system control at all stages of production, from raw materials to production and storage, transportation, to the consumer.
The company received the certificate after a new complex of slaughter and processing of poultry, which was inspected in Novovolynsk. The auditors conducted a comprehensive inspection of: documentation, suppliers, employees, process equipment, production facilities, air conditioning systems, warehouses of raw materials and finished products, waste and other factors that affect the quality of products.
Meanwhile, such certification will be a pass for Volyn chicken to foreign markets. After all, this is a confirmation of its quality and safety. So, if in 2014 LLC “Poultry Complex” Gubin “” increased sales by almost 10%, then in 2015 the prospect is to produce 70 percent more than last year and sell every second ton of quality chicken to foreign partners, said the chairman of the supervisory board of Agroindustrial group “Mr. Kurchak” Sergey Gorlach.
For reference: ISO is an abbreviation that comes from the English name of the International Organization for Standardization. The International Organization for Standardization develops standards that ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and high quality, and production processes are built on the use of the most efficient resources with minimal impact on the environment.
At present, food safety management systems are used almost all over the world as a reliable protection of consumers from the dangers that may accompany food products. The implementation of food safety management systems is required by the legislation of the European Union, the United States, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and many other countries.