AENOR has developed an extensive catalogue of certifications that contribute to stimulating confidence between the different agents of the food sector, in response to the increasingly greater demands of consumers with regard to the food safety and quality.
Any company that wants be competitive and, above all, wants to introduce its products to certain markets, needs the guarantee of a company of prestigious certification like AENOR.
AENOR certifications include the Food Safety Certificate ISO
22000, which constitutes an efficient tool for all kinds of organisations in the food chain to manage food safety, and to manage the certificates of the main private schemes requested by European distributors, such as BRC, IFS, BRC-Packaging, FSSC
22000 or GLOBALGAP, among others. On the other hand, there is an increasing demand by consumers for a Quality and/or Food Safety guarantee. In this respect, Animal Welfare certifications, the FACE certification or the ELS certification for products without gluten are pertinent.
AENOR offers you the opportunity to obtain, with the
FSSC 22000 or, the certificates in
GMP based on the Codex Alimentarius. Find out about how to
obtain these joint certificates.
AENOR Laboratorio, from the experience, rigour, and reliability, that AENOR has been developing over 10 years
food analyses in the physics and chemistry, microbiology, and sensory fields, for the main companies in the food sector.
Specific certifications for Food
Most-implemented generic certifications for Food
June 2019 - No. 349
AENOR has expert auditors whose rigour, training and experience add value to the assessment of the animal species subject to the certification. Here we analyse some aspects of animal welfare in the pig sector, such as sensitivity to stress, frustration and man handling, and physical and environmental conditions.
October 2018 - Nº 341
This is the certificate that offers the most credibility, due to its scientific rigour - it has been developed by experts from technology centres across various European countries - and because the audits are primarily based on direct observation of the animal.
July-August 2018 No. 339
The new version of the ISO Standard 22000 on food safety management systems has just been published, replacing the first edition from 2005.
May 2018 No. 337
Its power towards the final consumer is increasingly greater and, for this reason, AENOR is supporting several organisations to convey the characteristics of their offer with greater conviction; those relating to safety and also in aspects such as animal welfare, cold chain or antibiotic-free production.
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