We are committed to meeting quality standards required from clients across a variety of industries and are dedicated to maintaining an up-to-date and relevant portfolio of accreditations to support this.
Friend of the Sea
We are now a member of Friend of the Sea! Friend of the Sea is a not-for-profit organisation that is committed to certifying that all seafood is sourced from sustainable fisheries and aquaculture. It has become the leading certification standard for products and services which respect and protect the marine environment.
Becoming a member means that our complete supply chain and manufacturing procedures for our fish oil soft gels have been Friend of the Sea certified. It also provides you with the peace of mind that we have gone the extra mile to supply products from a sustainable source.
Contact us if you would like to find out about FOTS on product labelling.
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BRC Food 8
The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 8 was published in February 2019 which set the latest benchmark for best practice in food manufacture.
Issue 8 has been developed to specify the food safety, quality and operational criteria that are required to be in a place within a food manufacturing organisation. It aims to fulfil obligations in regards to legal compliance and customer protection.
Issue 8 focuses on the implementation of good manufacturing processes, in particular, labelling and packaging. Another key focus is support for quality management systems as well as Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) based food safety programmes.
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In addition to BRC Food 8 Certificate, Cambridge Commodities also complies with the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Food Safety Modernisation Act.
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CC acquired FEMAS accreditation in February 2008. The FEMAS standard was developed to ensure feed grade ingredient purchasers have peace of mind that the ingredients they are buying meet the most stringent quality criteria. The standard helps to maintain the protection of animals that consume the feed ingredients and the humans who consume products derived from these animals.
In order to comply, a thorough audit and inspection by an independent certification body must take place, showing compliance with both Hazard Analysis (HACCP) and Good Operating Practice procedures.
All major products sold by CC to the animal industries are FEMAS accredited with plans to add more. Furthermore, our site operates NOPS awareness policy to minimise the risk of cross-contamination.
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Cambridge Commodities is now an Informed Manufacturer, part of the LGC's Informed certification programmes.
This means our site is routinely audited and swab tested to minimise inadvertent contamination with prohibited substances in sport. The Informed Manufacturer is a global quality assurance programme that helps to minimise the risk of banned substance contamination within facilities that manufacture and supply sports nutrition products and ingredients. Our site was tested and a review of our standard operating procedures was taken place and we passed.
Cambridge Commodities was the first nutritional ingredient supplier to achieve Informed-Sport site registration in the UK. We recommend that all sports nutrition customers test and register their products with Informed-Sport. If you would like a product or specific ingredients to be certified through Informed-Sport, a contract will need to be established with LGC directly. Please contact us for further information or assistance.
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Soil Association Organic
CC has achieved Organic status, with organic approval from both DEFRA and The Soil Association for a number of products, which can be found on the trading schedule below. This lengthy process involves obtaining organic certificates and detailed information from manufacturers, ensuring packaging is food grade and proving all compound ingredients in products are organic. Further products will be added to the list of organic materials we supply. If there is a product you would specifically like included, please do let us know and we will endeavour to approve it as soon as possible.
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Cambridge Commodities gained halal certification in June 2016.
Halal is an Arabic word defined as lawful or permitted. This means that all halal foods must be free from components that Muslims are prohibited from consuming in accordance with Islamic law. This premise extends to the equipment, manufacturing processes and storage of foods which must also be cleansed according to Islamic law.
Cambridge Commodities has a number of ingredients which have been approved by The Halal Trust. Although finished products must be independently approved by The Halal Trust, clients can rest assured that any ingredients supplied by Cambridge Commodities from the halal-certified list will meet the criteria.
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Cambridge Commodities gained kosher certification in February 2016.
Kosher certification requires a partnership with a respected rabbi who will act as a guide for how kosher products should be made. In order for a product to be kosher certified, it must adhere to strict manufacturing and packaging rules throughout its production.
A product that is kosher certified will bear the KLBD symbol on the specification, certificate of analysis and packaging.
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Cambridge Commodities FDA number: 16806073982.
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ISO 14001 means having a system in place to help us manage our impact on the environment. This can be through reducing the amount of waste we put into landfill or by reducing the amount of electricity we use. People are also part of the environment and they need to be protected too, through proper health and safety protocol when dealing with products or being safe in the warehouse.
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ISO 22000 is an international standard that defines the requirements of a food safety management system covering all organisations in the food chain from “farm to fork”. It is based on HACCP (hazard analysis, critical control points) as the main tool for identifying risks and their associated controls.
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