Department of the Army - Annual Sanitation Audit
Routine Inspection in accordance with MIL-STD 3006C. Facility has received an acceptable rating since 2003. Annually recommended for continued listing in the Directory of Sanitarily Approved Food Establishments for Armed Forces Procurement. (We are an Armed Forces Supplier)
AIB International – GMP/Sanitation Audit
Routine Inspection based on AIB’s Consolidated Standards for Inspection: Beverage Facilities. The inspection evaluates how well the operational methods and personnel practices, maintenance for food safety, cleaning practices, integrated pest management, and prerequisite and food safety programs are working. With this certification we are able demonstrate dedication to providing safe, high quality beverage products.
GFSI Certification - FSSC 22000
Food Safety System Certification provides a detailed framework for effectively managing Admiral/Fremont’s food safety responsibilities. The audit scheme is fully recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and is based on current ISO Standards. This certification scheme outlines the requirements for certification bodies (CBs) to develop, implement and operate a system for the assessment and certification of food safety systems in the food chain and to guarantee its impartiality and competence. The certificate indicates that Admiral/Fremont’s food safety system is in conformance with the requirements which are given in scheme and that the company is able to maintain conformance with the schemes requirements.
Benefits for suppliers:
Certified companies benefit from efficiencies and have broader access to markets.
Certified companies show equivalence of process across countries and continents thereby enabling trade.
Many buying companies accept certificates from the implemented food safety certification programs so audits are reduced.
Certified companies will have the framework for a legal defense in place.
Working within a food safety management system that is structured to be continuously improved to internationally accepted standards.
Benefits for retailers; brand manufacturers and foodservice companies:
The GFSI-recognized standards provide effective shared risk management tools for brand protection.
The proactive management approach required by the recognized food safety certification programs improves product integrity.
Convergence of food safety management across supply chain saves money.
Certification improves market linkages and enables simpler buying.