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4 February 2016 - Sonneveld achieves BRC A+ certificate (unannounced) five times in a row (Corporate News)

Sonneveld has achieved the unannounced BRC A+ certification again for this year. In the end of 2015, the audit took place at Sonneveld. This was the first time that BRC audited Sonneveld at level 7. After the audit, it was announced that Sonneveld met all requirements and therefore received the BRC A+ certificate (unannounced). Since April 2011, Sonneveld meets all requirements and is one of the very few companies in the Netherlands that achieved this certificate unannounced.

BRC Certification

The BRC certification stands for ‘British Retail Consortium’ and is a quality standard for food manufacturers. This standard now includes a wide range of quality requirements in the area of ​​food safety, production and environment. This certificate is recognised by the large retail organisations. The unannounced audits take place every year.

With the choice for an unannounced BRC certification Sonneveld shows that quality and food play an important role in the overall business. Sonneveld believes that at any time and under all conditions the organisation must meet the highest food safety standards.

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For more information, contact: Maarten Boonstra, Director Quality & Care, via












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