Dacsa Group overcomes the BRC quality audits and has its ISO 9001-2015 certification renewed
Our rice and corn mills in Valencia and Alcalá de Guadaira (Seville) have passed the BRC food quality audit and have had ISO 9001 certification renewed.
The ISO 9001 is an internationally recognized standard that certifies the quality of an organization. This certification focuses on legitimizing the quality of processes, resources and procedures within an organization and independently demonstrates the quality of these areas. The ISO standard is developed by the International Organization for Standardization and is created for the regulation of international standards. With this renewal, Dacsa Group has added 20 consecutive years of renewal.
On the other hand, the BRC (Global Standard for Food Safety) certification is based on hazard analysis and critical control following the requirements of the Codex Alimentarius. This certification audits the procedures of quality and food safety and nowadays is required by the majority of supermarkets and consumer sectors.
It should be noted that, this time, the Dacsa Group rice and corn mills have achieved an AA score in the BRC certification, which is the highest score in an announced audit. In addition, it is now twelve years that the DACSA Group have accumulated with the achievement of this accreditation.
To obtain it, the Dacsa Group mills have passed exhaustive audit tests that have lasted one week and, during this time, the facilities, equipment and procedures have been inspected. These certifications are the result of a great work carried out by the quality department, and also from all the other departments forming the Dacsa Group. Thanks to their dedication and know-how they have always maintained the quality of the company at the top.