Food safety Chain

The quality of food products is a major success factor in the food business. It relies on the use of high quality raw materials, production processes and operations. The quality of food products is measured through systematically documented in-house control arrangements.

A good start for safe food

Optimal and controlled conditions ensure a good start to the safe food chain. Modern feeding systems ensure correct feeding.

Transportation management

Transportation technologies enable comfortable travel. Stress caused by transportation is minimised. Modern technologies track, report and record every phase in the logistic chain, enabling full tracing of our food. Conditions can easily be checked retrospectively.

Quality of food processing

Monitoring of biological and chemical contaminants during processing and in the final product ensure optimal food safety. Good food is always produced in hygienic conditions. High hygiene standards prevent the growth of food poisoning bacteria such as salmonella and listeria. Every individual working in the food chain is trained in strict hygiene rules and must pass a test to obtain a Hygiene Passport.

An unbroken cold chain from farm to table

Temperature control is critical for many foodstuffs, such as meat, fish and dairy products. Product quality and safety are ensured by observing stricter temperature limits than those required by law in transport, storage and cabinet displays.

Good packaging ensures food safety

Packaging also helps to maintain the sensory qualities of the product. Package labeling enables consumers to identify what they are eating and understand the origin of their food. Advanced packaging solutions increase shelf life and slow down spoiling in perishable food products. Various quality control methods can be used to ensure that packaging conditions are acceptable.


Traceability allows for the fast and reliable flow of information from the farm to the consumer's table.