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Inquiry about which category of BRC could be applied


Best Answer pHruit, 16 September 2020 - 01:38 PM

BRC Agents & Brokers doesn't have a scope to cover actual manufacturing activities, so the production site you're using would need to go for BRC Food Safety. If they already have an existing GFSI-benchmarked certification then that is likely to be adequate unless you have some very specific customer requirements.
You'd then sell handle the finished products under your certification via the Traded Goods (Section 9) part of the standard if they're distributed via your site, otherwise you might want to look at putting in the BRC Agents & Brokers standard for yourselves.

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Posted 16 September 2020 - 01:13 PM

Dears,

 

Kindly I have a question about which category of BRC could be applied in my case, 

 

We are going to do manfacturing of our products into other site (not related to our company), shall this site be accredited BRC agents and broker or BRC food safety Issue 8? 

 

 

for my company we are certified BRC issue 8.

 

Thanks for your help and concern! 

 

 


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Posted 16 September 2020 - 01:38 PM   Best Answer

BRC Agents & Brokers doesn't have a scope to cover actual manufacturing activities, so the production site you're using would need to go for BRC Food Safety. If they already have an existing GFSI-benchmarked certification then that is likely to be adequate unless you have some very specific customer requirements.
You'd then sell handle the finished products under your certification via the Traded Goods (Section 9) part of the standard if they're distributed via your site, otherwise you might want to look at putting in the BRC Agents & Brokers standard for yourselves.



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Posted 16 September 2020 - 01:56 PM

BRC Agents & Brokers doesn't have a scope to cover actual manufacturing activities, so the production site you're using would need to go for BRC Food Safety. If they already have an existing GFSI-benchmarked certification then that is likely to be adequate unless you have some very specific customer requirements.
You'd then sell handle the finished products under your certification via the Traded Goods (Section 9) part of the standard if they're distributed via your site, otherwise you might want to look at putting in the BRC Agents & Brokers standard for yourselves.

Thanks pHurit for your help and support!! 


M.Yusuf





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