Quality management in the food industry

Legal regulations and customer requirements make high demands on food manufacturers and retailers. Almost without exception, certification according to a GFSI standard is required as proof of food safety. The most well-known standards include IFS, BRC or FSSC.

IFS Food Standard form for assessing the quality and safety of foods

We support you with our experts' know-how in preparing for certification as well as in establishing, optimising or updating your quality management system. We advise you in all issues concerning the topic of food safety. To do this, we develop solutions that are individually tailored to your company and perform on-site consulting including an inspection of your company. This enables us to obtain an overview and implement all of the measures necessary to introduce comprehensive quality management systems.

Your contact for management systems for the food industry

Christian Manthey
„Have no fear of the IFS, BRC or HACCP! With our long-term know-how, we actively support you on the road to a viable management system.“

Seminars and training courses on food safety

The WESSLING Academy

Whether you are a food producer or a food retailer: our training courses and seminars are aimed at both beginners and professionals, because, in addition to technical aspects, well trained staff forms the basis for food safety at all stages of production, processing and sales.

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Our extensive services for producers and logistics service providers

Food hygiene checks

Guaranteeing food hygiene makes the highest of demands on the food industry. We record all details of the hygiene status within your company. This prevents the occurrence of safety breaches.

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Food analysis

Chlorate residues in food

WESSLING analyses chlorate residues in plant and animal food products for food producing companies. By using water that has previously been treated with chlorinated substances in the various stages of food production, chlorate can enter either fruit or vegetables.

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