NON-GMO PROJECT VERIFIED Certification
The Non-GMO Project Verified seal gives shoppers the assurance that a product has completed a comprehensive third-party verification for compliance with the Non-GMO Project Standard. When it comes to food labeling, third-party certifications are best because they ensure the claim is unbiased, rigorous, and transparent.
The Paleo Foundation audits and assures that Keto Certified products have met a predetermined set of quality standards, as well as macronutrient requirements for the program.
Grain Free & Gluten Free Certification
Grain Free Gluten Free Certified (GFGFC) products do not contain any grains, grain-based ingredients, grain-based stabilizers or preservatives, and have undergone two rounds of audits and a final review to become approved for the Grain-free Gluten-free Certified Program.
FODMAP FRIENDLY Certification
The FODMAP Friendly certification program, incorporating the FODMAP Friendly logo, is the only registered certification trademark worldwide certifying FODMAP levels in food products that have been laboratory tested to be low in FODMAP’s. It is designed to enable consumers with symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) who are following a Low FODMAP diet to easily identify and select suitable packaged food products. This easily recognisable “FODMAP Friendly” logo assists people with such symptoms to shop and eat with confidence.
Kosher is the world’s leading orthodox kosher certification agency – recognized as the global benchmark for kosher standards and integrity. This outstanding reputation has been achieved through continual improvement and innovation, as well as through first-rate customer support.
OK Kosher operates an international network of offices, so you can rely on our teams of experts to provide specialized kosher certification anywhere in the world.
Our certification services enable you to demonstrate to your customers that your products, processes, and systems are compliant with the highest standards and regulations.
IFANCA HALAL Certification
Halal Certification is the process of having a qualified independent third party supervise the production of consumables, attesting that they were produced in conformity with the preparation and ingredient standards of the halal lifestyle. After successful adoption and performance of halal productivity procedures, the supervisory third party then issues Halal Certification to the producer attesting to halal conformity on a per product basis. While halal requires foods to be wholesome and pure, Halal Certification has left the issue of food safety to the government regulatory bodies.