PackRite Solutions Corp. FSSC 22000 Certification
We are proud to announce that PackRite Solutions Corp. is fully FSSC 22000 Certified since October 2021. Participation in FSSC 22000 year over year will ensure that our continual improvement efforts are enhanced through audits by highly trained 3rd party auditors.
Becoming an FSSC 22000 certified company underlines our commitment to quality, consistency and service. Food safety is as important to us as it is to our customers and they can be confident that the packaging we provide is produced to standards above and beyond government regulations.
The quality of our products has always been a primary motivation for us and we are looking to broaden our food packaging offering and expanding our capacity to ensure that our customers’ needs are met effectively and efficiently.
The Food Safety System Certification, FSSC 22000, is an internationally accepted certification scheme based on a combination of ISO 22000 sector-specific PRP’s and FSSC additional requirements. The scheme has been developed in response to customer demands for a recognizable standard against which a food safety management system can be audited and certified.
The Food Safety System Certification 22000 (FSSC 22000) offers a complete certification Scheme for the auditing and certification of Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS). It also offers certification for combined FSMS and Quality Management Systems (FSSC 22000-Quality).
The new certification is proof that we at PackRite Solutions are taking the utmost precautions and care to protect consumers from a wide range of chemical, biological and physical contaminants, including plastics, vermin, and pathogens.
FSSC 22000 is the world’s most stringent food safety certification. It is sought after by top businesses throughout the food chain. Becoming certified means PackRite Solutions demonstrably meets its tough standards.
To comply with FSSC 22000’s requirements, 3rd party auditors have evaluated all of PackRite Solutions’ production, storage, and transportation processes for potential hazards and have been deemed in compliance of these strict standards and a new management system now monitors all identified risks to raw materials and products.