Agriculture and food exports make up approximately 17.5% of Australian and 61% of New Zealand exports of goods. JAS-ANZ accredited certification underpins food exports – many customers purchasing these products require accredited certification as a declaration of the safety of the products produced, and as proof that regulatory requirements have been fulfilled.
The value of agriculture and food exports to both Australia and New Zealand are significant in ensuring ongoing economic growth.
We strive to get recognition for JAS-ANZ accredited certificates with other countries and regulators, and other firms operating offshore. That recognition, garnered through accreditation and mutual recognition agreements, helps Australian and New Zealand companies gain access to markets they wouldn't possibly have access to in an efficient and effective way.
JAS-ANZ partners with Government in ensuring that Government to Government agreements include conformity assessment solutions that reduce the need for excessive testing and inspection by importing countries through recognition of accredited certification and inspection.