Objective: total quality
Quality is at the centre of all Laica’s business, it underpins all its activities and planning for the future. There are three dimensions of quality at Laica and they always work together.
Above all, it impacts on the choice of raw materials and recipes: in Laica, in continuity with the paternal philosophy, only first choice ingredients are used.
Continuous control of production lines, in compliance of products and processes with strict acceptance standards.
We take care of implementing and maintaining the most rigorous international food standards.
Laica’s compliance with all the most stringent hygiene, safety and control standards has earned it a series of quality certifications that few can boast of these days and that need to be constantly updated and maintained over time: ISO 22000 2005, BRC ISSUE 7, IFS ISSUE 6, UTZ, RSPO, Kosher and SMETA – Supplier Ethical Data Exchange – FAIRTRADE
The BRC, the Global Food Safety Standards, provides a framework for managing product safety, integrity, legality and quality and operational controls of these criteria in the production, processing and packaging of food and food ingredients.
The INTERNATIONAL FOOD STANDARD is born in response to the need to create a unified quality assurance standard for all distributed food and retail food products. It is now a tool to ensure food security for any food processing company.
The RAINFOREST AlLLIANCE certification seal means that the product (or a specified ingredient) was produced by farmers, foresters, and/or companies working together to create a world where people and nature thrive in harmony.
RSPO is an agricultural organization with the objective of promoting the growth and use of sustainable palm oil products through credible global standards and stakeholder engagement. The oil palm products contained in this product have been certified to come from RSPO sources. www.rspo.org
KOSHER is the set of religious rules that dominate the nutrition of the observant Jewish people. Foods can be considered Kosher when they respect Torah laws.
SEDEX is a non-profit world-wide organization dedicated to driving ethical improvements in global supply chains. Sedex SMETA (Sedex Member Ethical Trade Audit) is a common audit and reporting methodology developed by Sedex members to meet multiple customer needs and reduce duplication of efforts in ethical audits.
FAITRADE is an international organization that works every day to improve the conditions of agricultural producers in developing countries. It does so through precise standards that allow farmers and workers to be able to count on a more stable income and to look to their future with confidence.