Passendale - Wednesday 1 December
Passendale - Wednesday 1 December
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The expertise of the sector allows us to ensure the quality of our products. Because food safety is our daily concern, all relations between our partner factories and our group are contracted, we prioritize the referencing of units with a solid food safety program (IFS/BRC certifications or equivalent).
and regular visits to our suppliers, annual evaluation and follow-up of the action plans established.
of our production site by an IFS/BRC recognized quality management system at the highest level for more than 10 years.
Vega plan and Global Gap are privileged, they describe the legal requirements relating to product safety, traceability, quality, environment, …
of the teams to ensure product safety and conformity with the final goal of customer satisfaction.
Our mastery of the plant sector enables us to ensure the quality of our products. Because food safety is our daily concern, all relations between our partner factories and our group are contractualized, we favor the referencing of units with a solid food safety program (IFS/BRC certifications or equivalent). As an example, our production tool in Saint-Viance (19) has been managed by a quality management system recognized IFS/BRC at a higher level for more than 10 years. Our sales offices (59) are engaged in an IFS Broker certification process which has been finalized in December 2018.
Our production teams, regularly trained, ensure the safety and conformity of our products. Each department, each employee, interacts with the ultimate goal of customer satisfaction.
We regularly audit and visit our suppliers. We evaluate them annually and monitor the implemented actions. We are particularly attentive to large-import products that we control rigorously (organoleptic test, microbiological analysis, contaminants, etc.) in order to guarantee our customers a product that meets their requirements. Adapted and evolving control plans are applied at all stages of production, from the field to the finished products up to shipment.
Upstream on the vegetable chain, Vega plan and Global GAP crops are favored. These certifications describe the legal and complementary requirements relating to product safety, traceability, product quality and the environment to which the vegetable food chain must respond (phytosanitary residues, etc.). In addition, on our production site (19), we are integrating ISO140001 (control of environmental responsibilities) and this project will be completed at the beginning of 2019.
“As a real interface between our partners, our production site and our customers’ product teams, the Gelpass Group quality department brings all its technical expertise to support you in your developments. By encouraging partnership relations with his factories, the Gelpass Group quality team provides concrete answers tailored to your expectations. »
Separation of plastics and cardboard from organic waste. The latter are collected for mechanization in order to produce electricity. Each of our employees is made aware of the “O paper for 2020” objective in parallel with the creation of EDI allowing the complete dematerialization of our information (invoicing in particular).
We limit water consumption (flow reductions, staff awareness…) and we recycle it (production water is treated). At our partner production site, Pasfrost, the water used comes from a borehole on the site. This water is used for the cleaning and whitening the vegetables. The water is reprocessed and 70% of this water is then reused (e.g. for the first washing of the vegetables). Rainwater is collected for the operation of the cooling units.
This consists in finding the balance between the vegetative (stems, leaves, roots) and generative (flowers, fruits) functions and we regularly observe the fertility of the land. All of this is done with the aim of providing the best possible conditions for growing vegetables.
The products remaining in stock, with short MDDs, are offered to associations, giving preference to a solidarity distribution circuit.
“We are implementing a truly sustainable approach and this started with the construction of our production site in 2005. It has been designed to reduce noise pollution for the neighborhood and visual pollution (the site’s landscaping is integrated into the landscape through wooden cladding). Our commitments in terms of sustainable development and CSR are growing from year to year. For example, equipment is replaced/optimized to reduce their impact on the environment (reduction of the carbon footprint by installing variable speed drives, use of CO2 refrigerant fluid for an optimum energy balance, etc.). “
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