Safe Feed/Safe Food

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Welcome to the Safe Feed/Safe Food Certification Program
Why We Believe in Our Program: The Safe Feed/Safe Food Certification Program is a voluntary, independently certified program designed for the total feed industry. The Safe Feed/Safe Food program establishes comprehensive standards of excellence that go beyond existing regulations to maximize food and feed safety. Excelling at every aspect of feed production is "Our Responsibility, Our Promise" to regulators, customers and American consumers. More

Safe Feed/Safe Food Newsletters: "Safe Feed/Safe Food Updates" are newsletters focused on AFIA's Safe Feed/Safe Food Certification program. The objective of the newsletters are keep AFIA members and Safe Feed/Safe Food certified facilities informed about updates to the Safe Feed/Safe Food program and help drive continuous improvement within quality and food safety program.

Vision of the Program: To establish and promote generally accepted food safety guidelines designed to ensure continuous improvement in the delivery of a safe and wholesome feed supply for the growth and care of animals. More

Reference Documents or Templates: Documents are provided that may be use as references or templates for preparing a Quality Manual, a company mission statement or preparing various standard operating procedures. Requires Microsoft Word.

Testimonial: "We've noticed improved traceability at JBS United since we had our facilities certified. Another benefit is we have an established approval process for existing and new suppliers and improved product awareness at all inspection points. Validation of products made by our suppliers and also manufactured here at JBS United is an additional advantage."
Scott Ringger, Quality Assurance/Quality Control and Regulatory Affairs, JBS United, Inc.
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Date

Articles & Advertisements

April 11, 2013

Going with the grain

April 27, 2011

Peace of Mind

October 5, 2010

American Feed Industry Association contracts with Eurofins Scientific, Inc....

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Location

Mid-South Milling Company, Inc.

Kansas City, KS

Micronutrients, Division of Heritage Technologies LLC

Indianapolis, IN

Wilbur-Ellis Company - Butte City

Butte City, CA