Provide an effective quality system in primary food production with the purpose of permanent progress and development in this area

Today, there is much talk about standards in all areas of production, and most importantly in relation to those concerning primary food production. Hyper production and increasing demands from the international market have led to a decline in product quality, reduced controls, and even unhealthy products coming to the final user. In order to avoid this, our company provides a set of standards that prove the quality, accuracy, and safety of products that reach customers. In this way, products are easier to find on the domestic market and in the supply of world trade chains.

The most commonly used standards in these areas are:

Global GAP

GLOBAL GAP is a system of measures that ensures food quality and is applicable to all types of primary products. By implementing this standard, organizations strengthen customer trust in terms of quality and health safety of agricultural and other primary products, as well as reducing the negative impacts on the environment by the current method of agricultural production, the safety of employees in agricultural production and animal breeding. Learn more about the GLOBAL GAP standard here.


As a voluntary supplement to the Global GAP standard, GRASP has been established as a method of risk assessment in social practice in agriculture. Although not a mandatory part of the Global GAP, today an increasing number of suppliers and retailers are opting to make the implementation of this supplement a liability for the farmers from whom they purchase the products. Learn more about the GRASP here.

Organic Production

Organic production is a way of agricultural production that integrates ecological knowledge and agricultural practices into a system that produces quality and healthy food.

It represents production without artificially obtained fertilizers and chemicals and functions as a sustainable unit that includes plants, animals, microorganisms, insects, soil organic and minerals, and even people. You can find out more about organic production here.

BRC British Retail Consortium

The goal of the BRC standard is to define quality and safety criteria within the production organization to deliver food to retailers, their suppliers or other users of the standards. By implementing this standard, the company establishes a self-regulation system for quality, hygiene and product safety. Learn more about the BRC standard here.

HACCP Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points

HACCP is of utmost importance for food safety as it aims to ensure the production and marketing of health-safe food. Its application is widespread in the world. HACCP system identifies and controls health hazards that pose a risk to food safety. Learn more about the HACCP standard here.

IFS International Food Standard

IFS is today widely applied to the world standard of food safety control and quality levels of manufacturers. The standard has been developed to check the competence of food manufacturers in terms of safety, but also food quality with the help of one standard, which saves time and money to companies. Learn more about IFS here.