Thong Siek Awarded the Highest BRC Certification: Grade AA in the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety
Thong Siek is exceptionally proud to be the first Singapore manufacturer of Surimi-Based Processed Seafood to obtain the highest-grade AA in the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety. This award acknowledges the high standard of food safety and best practices that Thong Siek adheres to. We have committed years of hard work to achieve current standards.
BRCGS is a robust Global Food Safety Standard developed by food industry experts from retailers, manufacturers and food service organisations. It imposes sets of system which ensure good management practice and frameworks on product safety, integrity and quality so customers can be confident in a company’s food safety program and supply chain management. All BRC audits are carried out by a global network of highly trained certification bodies and training providers.
Commenting on the accreditation, Thong Siek’s Deputy CEO, Ms Novelle Lim said: “It is a great achievement to be awarded Grade AA in the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety. The team has dedicated tremendous effort in setting stringent standards at Thong Siek. We are extremely proud of this achievement; this demonstrates our ongoing commitment to delivering the highest standards of food quality and safety.”
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