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Internationally Recognised Certifications
WHC and WHC subsidiaries are certified by FSSC 22000, ISO 22000, Halal, SNI, Kosher, Organic.
The FSSC 22000 certification scheme meets the requirements of the international food sector for an independent ISO-based food safety scheme. The Food Safety Management Systems cover the processing, manufacture and handling of a wide range of foods.
Food Safety System Certification 22000 (FSSC 22000) is a robust, ISO-based, internationally accepted certification scheme for auditing and certification of food safety within the food and beverage manufacturing sector
ISO 22000 is an international standard designed to ensure food supply chain safety worldwide, enabling organisations to demonstrate their ability to control food safety hazards and ensure that food is safe for human consumption.
ISO 22000 demonstrates that robust and effective food safety management systems are in place, and can be used as a first step to fulfil the requirements of schemes recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
The Halal certificate certifies that the products manufactured by the company are in accordance with the requirements of Islamic standards.
SNI is the Indonesian National Standard nationally applicable in Indonesia. The SNI standard was first drafted by the technical committee and defined by the National Standardization Agency of Indonesia (BSN).
SNI certificate demonstrates our products are in compliance with SNI standards and Indonesia regulations addressing safety, quality and performance.
The Kosher certificate certifies that the products manufactured by the company obey the specific norms that govern the orthodox Jewish diet.
EU - Regulation EEC No. 834/2007 of Organic Production
The principle of organic agriculture is the sustainable production of food from balanced and fertile soil. The farm has to be managed according to the organic regulations without genetically modified organisms (GMO) and synthetics. During production and processing, the organic and non-organic products must be clearly separated and contamination must be prevented. To reach the organic market, the whole chain of organic production needs to be inspected.