Scope BRC Agents & Brokers
The Agents & Brokers standard of BRC focuses on companies that trade in food and do not process food. This includes the import and export of food, packaging and non-food consumer products. These companies supply products and do not produce directly. In addition, these trading companies may outsource transport and distribution to other companies.
BRC Agents & Brokers certification route
BRC uses a cycle of one year. No interim research or audits are conducted during this year. This is why it deviates from the generic ISO22000 standard. In the event of serious deviations, a recertification audit may be recommended. In this situation, the trading company may run the risk of shortening the cycle to a maximum of six months.
Obtaining and maintaining certification through iMIS Food
Obtaining certification is not easy. You have to comply with many requirements. By working with our solution iMIS Food, it is easier to obtain and retain your BRC certification. iMIS Food stands for Integrated Management & Information Systems – for Food Safety and Quality Assurance. In other words, an integrated management information system for food quality assurance.
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