This scheme enables accreditation of MPI’s requirements for recognised agencies and persons undertaking evaluation or verification of Food Control Plan (FCP) and National Programmes.
Food and biological systems
The schemes that sit under this sector underpins much of the food products exported from Australia and New Zealand. This sector of schemes includes regulatory schemes, particularly in New Zealand, and also those recognised by key retailers in Australia, New Zealand and in overseas markets.
Scheme Owner Expectations for AHOs and Periodic Assessments
JBS developed their farm assurance programme which was first implemented in 2011, providing assurance to JBS Australia and its customers that its suppliers consistently meet required food safety and animal welfare standards in their farming practices for this market.
Lead With Pride is a voluntary scheme developed by Synlait to demonstrate and enhance on farm practices in New Zealand in four areas: Social Responsibility, Environment, Animal Health and Welfare, and Milk Quality.
The New Zealand GAP GLOBALG.A.P. Equivalent Scheme (NZGAP GGE) Scheme is endorsed by JAS-ANZ as a scheme suitable for JAS-ANZ accredited certification that meets international standards and is specific to New Zealand production practices.
Today marks World Acreditation Day 2020. Accreditation plays a key role in establishing the confidence and credibility of certification, builds trust and reduces costs within...
You are cordially invited to join Kylie Sheehan (General Manager Operation, JAS-ANZ) for a World Accreditation Day (9 June 2020) webinar, on 'The Role of International Standards and...
FAMI-QS is a global quality and feed safety management system for the sector of specialty feed ingredients. The FAMI-QS Code addresses safety, quality and regulatory compliance in order to minimize hazards and ensure the placing on the market of safe and legal Specialty Feed Ingredients.
The UAE Halal Certification Scheme (UHCS) was developed by Emirates Authority for Standards & Metrology (ESMA) to provide a framework for the requirements of certifiers for Halal products being imported into the UAE. The scheme is based on the certification of premises and products to the UAE.S 2055-1: HALAL products – Part one: Certification requirements, GOS 993: Animal Slaughtering Requirements according to Islamic Law and GSO9: Labelling of pre-packaged foodstuffs.
PrimeSafe was established on 1 July 2003 under the Seafood Safety Act 2003 and the Meat Industry Act 1993 with responsibility for ensuring safety of food produced from red meat, poultry and seafood, including the management of pet meat and pet food, the transport of these products.