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Certificate of Conformity is a document confirming the conformity of products with the quality and safety requirements established by the applicable standards and regulations.

 

Kashrut Certificate

The Kosher certificate (translated from Hebrew as “fit,” proper; pronounced as “kosher” in Russian) is issued for products made in accordance with the rules of Judaism, called “Kashrut”. These rules are set out in the Torah, the holy book of Judaism. Obtaining a kosher certificate means that this food can be eaten by those who observe Jewish religious law. The KOSHER certificate means: permitted to be eaten according to Jewish religious law. According to this law, it is permitted to use as food only an environmentally friendly, healthy product, i.e. product "fit for body and soul." The Kosher food is food prepared according to Jewish religious customs. The Kashrut is a kosher food system and it is the ancient wisdom of the Jewish people. The Kashrut is a sensible nutrition system with due account for the heterogeneity and compatibility of meat, dairy, mineral products, etc. The KOSHER certificate is a certificate confirming the purity of the product, its usefulness and applicability.

 

GOST R 56508-2015

In the EU the legal regulation in the field of organic production is carried out in accordance with EU Council Regulation No. 834/2007 of June 28, 2007 on organic production and labeling of organic products and Commission Regulation No. 889/2008 of June 5, 2008. This standard applies to organic products of vegetable, animal and microbial origin, and also of aquaculture in natural, treated or processed form, used as food by human beings, used as animal feed, as planting and seeding material, and specifies the requirements for its production (manufacturing), storage, transportation.

 

Cosmos 2.0

In 2010 the uniform standard was prepared for certification of natural cosmetics in Europe COSMOS (COSMetic Organic Standard) under the guidance of experts from leading European organizations controlling biocosmetics: BDIH (Germany), Soil Association (England), Ecocert and Cosmebio (France), ICEA (Italy). COSMOS not only monitors the quality of ingredients, but also certifies natural and organic products and identifies the impact of the entire production process of biocosmetics on the environment and human beings. This standard applies to all natural products and tests them according to the following criteria:

  • ingredient origin;
  • ingredient processing method;
  • overall composition of the natural product;
  • storage place of ingredients (including delivery method) and finished products;
  • finished product packaging;
  • label information and finished product marking are very important.

If the product is certified and has the BIO standard, then it is 100% natural, hypoallergenic (with the exception of people who react to certain types of cosmetic ingredients, such as flowers, honey, minerals, etc.), it is completely safe for multiple use and is completely environmentally friendly.

 

ISO 9001: 2015

The series ISO 9000 is an international system that regulates quality management at the enterprise. The standard ISO 9001: 2015 is a practical component of the quality management system and contains a set of requirements for the construction, organization, operation and development of quality management system at the enterprise. ISO 9001: 2015 applies to organizations of any form of ownership, regardless of their size and scope of activity. The availability of ISO 9001: 2015 certificate not only confirms the compliance of the QMS at the enterprise with the accepted international and national standards, but also implies the high quality of the provided products or services.

 

ISO 22000 (HACCP) Food Safety Management Systems

This standard specifies the requirements for a food safety management system to ensure that the organization involved in the food production chain, could demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe at the time of use as food by human beings.

 

ISO 14001: 2016

ISO 14000 is a series of international standards for the establishment of an environmental management system. The introduction of such system was caused by the constant deterioration of the ecological situation. It regulates and controls the production stages in such a way that the environmental damage is minimal, and the requirements of environmental legislation are observed to the maximum. The main document of the environmental management system is a standard ISO 14001:2016 certificate, containing requirements and guidelines for use, which confirms the participation of the enterprise in ensuring the environmental safety.