Food Safety

The food control seeks to ensure that all foods during production, handling, storage, processing and distribution are safe, wholesome and fit for human consumption, and are labeled objectively and accurately, according to the provisions of the law.

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GLOBALGAP is a standard at the level of the farm which covers the entire production process of the certified product, from the outset (such as compound feed or seedlings) and all subsequent farming activities until such time that the product is withdrawn from exploitation. GLOBALGAP is a tool for the relationship between companies (business to business) therefore can not be directly visible to the consumer.

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C-TPAT is a government-business initiative to build voluntary cooperative relationships that strengthen and improve international supply chain and border security in USA. C-TPAT recognizes that US procedures and Border Protection (CBP) can provide the highest level of cargo security only through close cooperation with the ultimate owners of the international supply chain such as importers, shippers , distributors, brokers and producers. Through this initiative, CBP asks businesses to ensure the integrity of their security practices and communicate and verify the security guidelines to their business partners within the supply chain.

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The National Food Safety and Quality (SENASICA) is a decentralized body of the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), designed to take actions to healthcare provision to protect agricultural, aquacultural resources and livestock pests and diseases of quarantine and economic importance, as well as regulate and promote the implementation and certification systems reduce risk of contamination of food and food quality thereof for facilitating domestic and international trade in goods of origin plant and animal..

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The Mexico Supreme Quality brand is owned by the Mexican government whose joint owners are SAGARPA and the Secretariat of Economy (SE), and has been conceived under a system CERTIFICATION gives credibility and transparency to the process of transfer of the mark, ie, it is necessary to go through an evaluation process (through inspections of third) of production systems to ensure compliance with requirements (quality, safety and health) established in a Terms of Reference document which states clearly and reliable requirements based on Mexican Official Standards (NOM), Mexican Standards (NMX) and International Standards.