The company has achieved the GMP+ B3 - Trade, collection and storage & transshipment certification for its European unit, ensuring the chain certification of its products for health and animal nutrition.
At the end of January, Biorigin Europe was certified for GMP+ B3 - Trade, collection and storage & transshipment certification. With this achievement, all Biorigin units (GMP+ B2 Production and GMP+ B3 Trade) are now certified in the GMP+ standards.
GMP+ Feed standards harmonize the feed requirements. GMP refers to Good Manufacturing Practices and the + refers to integration with Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP), ensuring quality and safety throughout the animal feed chain.
One of the Biorigin's main differentials is the quality and traceability of the entire production process, from the raw material, the sugar cane produced by Zilor, to the final product produced from yeast, providing greater safety for customers. "The certifications and constant monitoring of the raw material to the final product are part of Biorigin's daily routine. This achievement for the European unit confirms our commitment to total quality and meeting the most demanding customer standards and requirements", says Leila Brambila Tsuchiya, Biorigin Global Quality Coordinator.
For Feed Global Business Manager, Alessandro Rocha, "Biorigin's goal is to add value to our customers' products, whether through the increase of productivity, profitability and animal welfare. This certification confirms our commitment to deliver a differentiated product to the animal feed market".