We managed to develop and became well known because we always put quality and respect for our customers first. Out of the desire to come to the market with new products, every year we have invested in modern and up to date technology, implementing HACCP food safety quality management systems and then ISO 22000. Following the continuous improvement of the quality system we have moved to the standard IFS Food, obtaining certification from TUV Austria. This standard is one of the many standards under the umbrella of the international brand IFS (International Featured Standards) and is recognized by the GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative).
In order to meet the needs of all categories of clients around the world, we also obtained ECO, Halal and Kosher certifications. Halal certification guarantees consumers of the Islamic religion the observance of the precepts of the Islamic religion and the assurance of an increased level of hygiene and safety of the product. Similarly, Kosher certification, which respects the precepts of the Jewish religion. ECO certification demonstrates compliance with the requirements for processing organic products from ECO certified beekeepers.
Apisrom implemented the HACCP system in 2008 and was later certified according to the new food security standard, IFS FOOD - International Featured Standard, by TUV Austria.
As a result of fulfilling the requirements of the European legislation on the processing and marketing of animal products (honey is classified as such), Apisrom obtained the H20 EC authorization, sanitary-veterinary authorization for the intra-Community trade.
Honey taken from beekeepers is checked both organoleptically and by laboratory analysis. Consider appearance, consistency, color, smell and taste. Physically and chemically, moisture, acidity, sugars, HMF, and the presence of antibiotic residues are established.
Also, through the microscopic analysis of pollen, we have the possibility to determine precisely the floral assortment which the honey comes from. In addition, throughout the technological flow, honey samples are taken for analysis, both from the lots and from the finished products.