Certifications help us to guarantee the quality of our products and to maintain good business management
FSSC are internationally recognised Food Safety Guidelines, with standards applicable to different areas of the food chain. They certify that the companies comply with the most demanding quality and food safety requirements.
This is responsible for ensuring maximum product quality control and strict compliance with specifications. It is in charge of defending and protecting the Guijuelo brand as a unique privately owned asset by delegation from MAGRAMA (Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment).
This standard contributes to preserving the quality and competitiveness of these traditional products in a transparent market that guarantees both consumer rights and those of companies in the industry. The Ibérico Standard is enshrined in Royal Decree 4/2014 of 10 January.
The UNE-EN ISO 22000: 2018 Standard specifies the requirements to be met by a management system to ensure food safety throughout the food chain and up to the point of sale for final consumption.
Guidelines for the certification of specific self-control systems for export to third countries with requirements other than intra-Community ones and within the scope of Royal Decree 993/2014, which establishes the procedure and requirements for official veterinary certification for export.
The Regional Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, within the framework of the First Plan for the Promotion and Marketing of the agri-food sector in Castile and León 2008-2011 and with the aim of stimulating initiatives to adapt to the market and its competitiveness requirements, has developed the Tierra de Sabor distinguishing sign, whose purpose is to distinguish certain agri-food products of special quality on the market that are produced, processed or processed in the Castile and León region and which meet the quality requirements and conditions specified in its Rules of Use.