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Certifications

Abeilles busy bees wishes to demonstrate the best of its expertise and for this reason the descriptions of certifications and standards are available to help you evaluate your type of request.

Introduction to certifications

Busy Bees has a strong commitment to quality, as evidenced by the various certifications that govern our processes and procedures: BRC (British Retail Consortium GFSI), GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices accredited by Health Canada) or BPF (Good Manufacturing Practice)

In order to be accredited and maintain these certifications, Busy Bees applies strict quality procedures to all its projects.

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BRC Certification

The British Retail Consortium certification was created with the aim of harmonising food safety standards throughout the supply chain.

BRC certification was the first standard to be recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). As a packaging and assembly company, obtaining this certification ensures the highest standards of quality, safety and traceability associated with our production chain. Our quality and safety program was developed according to HACCP principles and is based on Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).

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HACCP

HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) is an internationally recognized approach, a method to ensure food safety that aims to improve food safety throughout the food chain.

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GFSI

GFSI’s Global Food Safety Initiative brings together key players in the food industry to promote the continuous improvement of food safety management systems around the world.

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Pest control certification

As a packaging company specialized in secondary co-packing in the food and pharmaceutical sector, pest control is crucial. Effective management, through ​​tight, regular inspectionsby pest control consultants, allows us full control of our facilities for high quality packaging.

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GMP Certification

The certification of Good Manufacturing Practice demonstrates the quality of processes implemented by Busy Bees Co-packing throughout the chain of production of pharmaceuticals and health products: preventive control, validation, procedures and instructions, and full product traceability in case of recall or investigation.