Achieving an ‘A’ Grade certification against the BRC Standard verifies Honey Holdings competence in HACCP, hygiene, food safety and quality systems.
Baytown, Texas (PRWEB) May 19, 2014
Honey Holding I, Ltd (“Honey Holding”), an industrial honey processor, announced today that the company has exceeded food safety expectations under the Global Standard for Food Safety (“GFSI”), receiving the highest grade possible, an ‘A’ Grade, in a certification issued on April 28, 2014 by the globally prominent British Retail Consortium (“BRC”). http://www.honeysolutions.com/brc-certification
“Providing our customer food safety is a #1 priority at Honey Holding,” said Gordon Brown Senior VP of Operations, R&D and Technical Services. “We have a long standing commitment to being an industry leader in food safety and product excellence. This BRC certification at the highest level possible documents our commitment to industry leadership in food safety and assures our customers that Honey Holding’s products are produced under the most stringent safety standards in the world. The Honey Holding team is very proud of this achievement”
The BRC Global Standards for Food Safety (“BRC Standard”) is a leading global product safety and quality certification program used by over 20,000 certificated suppliers in 90 countries and is recognized as a GFSI benchmarked food safety platform. The BRC Standards guarantee the standardization of quality, safety and operational criteria and ensures that manufacturers and food processors fulfill their legal obligations and provide protection for the end consumer. Achieving an ‘A’ Grade certification against the BRC Standard verifies Honey Holdings competence in HACCP, hygiene, food safety and quality systems. As importantly, it demonstrates Honey Holdings ongoing commitment to its customer safety.
About Honey Holding I, Ltd.
Located in Baytown, Texas, Honey Holding is one of the largest processors of industrial honey in the United States, supplying most of America’s premier bakers and food processors. Beginning in early 2011 and into 2013, Honey Holding provided extensive assistance to the Department of Homeland Security in its efforts to eliminate the importation of illegally transshipped Chinese honey. Learn more at http://www.honeysolutions.com