Accreditatons delight fish processing team
Quality manager, Ann Rogers, left, and Iuliana Popescu, frozen team leader, showing off the new certificates with founder and director of JCS Fish, Andrew Coulbeck. Right, examples of products.
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 23 Jul 2018
GRIMSBY salmon specialist, JCS Fish, is celebrating two important milestones, having successfully been re-accredited both to the British Retail Consortium AA Grade standard and to certified organic supplier status from the Organic Food Federation.
Achieving the organic status sets the Murray Street business apart from most other UK fish processors, since the company is one of only a very few producers certified to process and market organic salmon for retail and foodservice.
The BRC Global Standard is an international standard used by tens of thousands of food suppliers to assure safety and quality and is the universal standard set by the UK’s major supermarkets to identify suitable suppliers.
Director of the £6 million turnover firm, Andrew Coulbeck, said: “These certifications are extremely important to the development of JCS Fish as they underline our commitment to quality, reliability and the highest sourcing and manufacturing standards. I am so proud of our team here for the hard work and dedication they put into making sure we maintain these accreditations, well done everyone!”
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