Quality right from the start.

In order to meet the high quality requirements of food retailers, the uncompromising quality assurance of our products throughout the whole supply chain is our top priority. This is the target that we achieve every day.

Our aim is to ensure product safety and quality, in cooperation with our long-time and certified suppliers. For this purpose, we count on comprehensive residue monitoring, extensive internal and external quality controls, and competent advising of our suppliers regarding crop protection and cultivation methods.

In order to guarantee all of this, the consultants and agricultural engineers of our quality assurance cooperate closely with independent food laboratories. In addition to this, we ensure the documented traceability of each individual batch to the field. And we are constantly fine-tuning targeted measures for process optimisation, together with growers and exporters.

Strict quality checks throughout the supply chain

Close cooperation with independent testing laboratories

Documented traceability of all batches to the field


We expect and/or desire these certifications from our suppliers. We ensure uniform quality standards as the basis of high product quality.

GLOBALG.A.P. ensures the due development, implementation, improvement, integrity, transparency and harmonisation of the certificates. GlobalG.A.P. cooperates with more than 2,000 qualified inspectors and auditors, and 155 certification bodies, which carry out neutral grower audits and issue certificates. The GRASP additional module helps growers to establish good social management in their agricultural enterprises.

The International Featured Standard Food was developed by the members of the German Retail Federation (HDE) and of the French Wholesale and Retail Federation (FCD). IFS Food checks adherence to specifications regarding quality and food safety in the manufacturing of own brands.

The BRC Global Standard Food specifies the safety, quality and operating criteria that foodstuff manufacturers have to fulfil in order to meet all legal stipulations and consumer protection regulations. BRC demands the implementation of the HACCP system and is a pre-requirement for, among other things, the placing of the products in the British market.

The Fairtrade standards are the regulations to which smallholders’ organisations, plantations and companies must adhere, along the entire value chain. They comprise social, environmental and economical criteria for ensuring sustainable development of the producer organisations in the developing and emerging countries.