Hausbrandt Trieste 1892 S.p.A. views the Integrated Quality and Environmental Management System it has implemented as an essential, strategic tool. By employing harmonious production processes and following clear guidelines, the company retains expertise and knowledge that foster the continued pursuit of excellence, while protecting and preserving historic and environmental heritage.

ISO

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Hausbrandt Trieste 1892 S.p.A. views the Integrated Quality and Environmental Management System it has implemented as an essential, strategic tool. The company invests resources in continually improving its products and maintaining a high standard of quality. This allows Hausbrandt to regularly supply customers with a product that meets regulatory requirements and has a consistent high quality. On 21 June 2010, Hausbrandt adopted an integrated management system and received certification from CSQA, a third-party authority. The international standards are issued by ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and implemented in Italy by UNI (Italian National Standards Body). UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 establishes the requisites for corporate Quality Management Systems, while UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 establishes those for Environmental Management Systems and UNI EN ISO 22000:2005 establishes those for food safety and HACCP.

HALAL

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Halal certification is provided for food prepared in a manner that meets Muslim law. This guarantee ensures consumers that the products and their ingredients have undergone natural procedures and treatments and that Halal standards of quality have been followed in all processing steps.

KOSHER

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Directed towards Jewish customers, Kosher certification ensures that the food product was prepared using ingredients and procedures that meet Biblical law. Due to their particular purity, certified Kosher products are also valued by Muslim and vegetarian customers, as well as people with food intolerances.

BRC-IFS FOOD

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Hausbrandt meets BRC and IFS Food standards. Both of these food safety standards are recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). This is an international initiative whose primary purpose is to strengthen and promote food safety along the entire supply chain and to identify the specific elements of a management system that focuses on product quality and safety, particularly health and hygiene, using HACCP methodology as a reference for planning and implementation.