Van Eeghen International (North America), Inc. Receives GFTC AudiTech GMP Certificate

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Van Eeghen International (North America), Inc. has successfully completed the AudiTech GMP audit by Guelph Food Technology Centre (GFTC) and has been certified AudiTech GMP standards.

Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada Van Eeghen International (North America), Inc., a global player in Manufacturing and Processing of spices, herbs, dehydrated vegetables, seasonings and custom blends and Distributors of functional food ingredients and nutraceuticals, today announced it has successfully completed the AudiTech GMP audit by GFTC and has gained certification of GFTC AuditTech GMP Silver Status.

GFTCs audit standards meet the requirements of CFIA's Food Safety Enhancement Program (FSEP).The Guelph Food Technology Centre is Canada's largest food safety training, auditing and consulting group. GFTC provides creative, confidential technical solutions, quality systems and training to the Canadian agrifood industry. Each year, the Centre assists over 500 companies and organizations, and provides training to more than 3,600 people.

"Since 1998, Van Eeghen International has achieved remarkable market penetration in North America. By gaining ISO 9001-2000 registration and now the AudiTech GMP Certification underscores the determination of the Van Eeghen International team to further increase dedicated customer satisfaction," said Arthur Sousa, President and CEO of Van Eeghen International (North America), Inc. "What sets us apart from our competitors is that we are a very strong team focused company convinced by a mission to build up long term partnerships with our customers. We take particular pride in offering our customers our best in reliable service and quality products - we do go the extra mile for customer satisfaction."

Van Eeghen International (North America), Inc. forms part of the Van Eeghen Group of companies which first was established in 1662.

For more information on Van Eeghen, please visit our web site at http://www.vaneeghen.net

For more information on GFTC, please visit the GFTC web site at http://www.gftc.ca

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