Having a continuously improving sustainability program is critical for today’s commercial food production industry.
A quality Sustainability program begins with a company policy that ensures the production of top quality products while promoting a sustainable future for its farmers and environment. When a company demonstrates a verified sustainability program, it lowers the risk of market disruptions and brand attacks while improving its bottom line profit.
Having a continuously improving sustainability program is critical for today’s commercial food production industry. A quality sustainability program begins with a company policy that ensures the production of top quality products while promoting a sustainable future for its farmers and environment.
The FACTA Sustainability audit includes verification of the following:
- Social and environmental management
- Legal compliance
- Ecosystem conservation
- Wildlife protection
- Production systems
- Water usage
- Air and ventilation
- Waste management
- Social accountability
FACTA always audits Sustainability utilizing our clients’ company policies and industry standards.
View our audit standards through the link below:
FACTA post-audit processes include:
- The internal audit assessment
- Report generated from FACTA (objective information, relevant industry data, professional judgement)
- Quality control
- Peer review
- Final outcome letter
WHAT WE VALUE
We are determined to provide the highest quality audit services, training, and technical certification which is exactly why operators, like you, rely on and place their trust in us.
FACTA only uses the most up to date technology and standards when it comes to animal welfare. That is why we developed our exclusive bi-lingual online training and certification programs.
Clear communication is a must have in our line of business. The ultimate take away from out services is a wealth of critical information made available to management, animal caretakers, and consumers.
We value relationships with our clients, and our 40-year relationship to the financial and economic side of food production results in a deep understanding of your business.