New Products Group has successfully passed an ISO 9001 and ISO 22000 re-certification audit

04/14/2016

Limited Liabilities Company Napitki Plus, which is a part of New Products Group, has successfully passed a re-recertification audit for ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management System) and ISO 22000:2005 (Food Safety Management System) standard compliance, inclusive of the HACPP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points requirements, which are used as the basic model in safety management and food quality management in the leading nations, world-wide) requirements, conducted by the international certification body – SGS Company.

The re-certification audit was successfully completed in late March 2016.  As a result of the inspection, SGS came up with a recommendation of granting two new international certificates to the company, covering the production of alcoholic, low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages, portable water and cider.

“SGS experts have positively rated the production of beverages and portable water at the enterprise – no critical or significant criticisms have been made in the process of the audit,” shared Irina Prikhodko, New Products Group director for quality. “Thanks to the great job of the team, New Products Group can be proud of the compliance of all products produced with the high international standards. A certified enterprise, meeting these standards, speaks for the fact that the production system incorporates an optimally designed and efficient mechanism of work, resulting in a guaranteed product quality and safety for a consumer.”

The ISO 9001 quality management has been in operation at Napitki Plus LLC production facilities since June 2004, while the ISO 22000 food safety management system – since May 2013.

The auditors stressed the high standard of organization of the quality management and food safety systems at the Napitki Plus enterprise, which proves New Products Group’s reputation as a company, who operates in line with international standards and keeps improving its production process.