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Food Safety


The entire Group adopts an “Integrated Food Safety Management System”, based on HACCP principles, in compliance with standards FSSC 22000, GMP+ FSA, GTP.

Per quanto riguarda la salute e la sicurezza alimentare, tutti prodotti destinati all’alimentazione umana e animale sono valutati secondo le normative HACCP e i vari schemi di certificazione applicati dalle aziende del Gruppo.

Thanks to this approach, the relevant dangers are identified, considering the origin of raw materials and any alerts. The risks are then assessed and control methods are established which can be pre-requirements (PRP) already adopted in the management system, operating PRP and/or CCP (Critical Control Point) which can envisage the execution of specific analysis for each lot.

Multi-disciplinary team technicians re-examine and update the risk assessments linked to each single process/production plant every year. This approach enables us to prevent health and safety non-conformities.

In compliance with the reference standards, Cereal Docks undertakes to implement all measures needed to prevent food fraud and to protect products against intentional contamination and tampering (food defence). It also undertakes to spread the food safety culture through specific training plans for its collaborators.

Traceability from the field to the finished product

Cereal Docks was one of the first agri-business sector companies to believe in the Italian supply chains of cereals and oilseeds traced to the field and sustainable. That is why it has implemented certification such as UNI EN ISO 22005 to guarantee the product’s national origin starting from the cultivated seed, and has taken part in creating the voluntary DTP 112 standard which objectively, verifiably, measurably establishes the economic, social and environmental sustainability of cereals, oilseeds and their by-products.
Precise, technical specifications detail the procedures to be implemented to guarantee product traceability; and traceability tests are conducted periodically to check system effectiveness.
Traceability is managed at ERP SAP management system level; this way we can obtain information on quantities and lots of raw materials used and the relative suppliers, production date and TMC (minimum period of storage) of the raw materials and the finished product, customers the product was sold to, complete with information on the outgoing goods (transport document, outgoing date, quantity and destination).


The greenhouse gas emissions related to the production of white corn grain and products from soy and sunflower seeds are quantified every year.
The analysis concerns the Climate Change impact category in compliance with ISO 14040:2006 and ISO14044:2006, identifying the benchmark value and the average value of emissions produced, and the stages that contribute most to greenhouse gas emissions.