Why Choose Palmetto Industries As Your Food Grade Bags Supplier?
Our food grade bulk bag manufacturing process ensures that our specially designed hygienic bulk bags are 100% suitable for food and pharmaceutical industries. Food grade FIBC bulk bags are the right solution when it comes to transporting and storing contamination-sensitive products such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and food stuffs for animal and human consumption. Those industries are subject to intense scrutiny and testing to ensure their products are safe for public use. That’s why our production facilities are food safe certified and meet the strict requirements put in place by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). We are the superior choice when it comes to finding a food grade bags supplier. Our bulk bag experts are here to help you determine the right product for you. Click here to view all of the various construction types.
DESIGNED TO MEET THE STRICT REQUIREMENTS OF THE WORLD’S HIGHEST CERTIFICATIONS.
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) was created in 2000 to help address the global issue of continuity between food management and safety systems around the world. It is a landmark initiative of The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), a global industry network working to support better lives through better business. Their aim is to build consumers’ trust in the food they buy – no matter where their food has come from, nor where in the world they live – by improving food safety management practices.
Our bulk bags are food certified to follow the highest standards:
The 4 GFSI accredited organizations that impact the FIBC industry are: BRC (British Retail Consortium), SQF (Safe Quality Food Institute), AIB (American Institute of Bakers), and IFS (International Featured Standards).
All of our production facilities that manufacture our food grade bulk bags are BRCGS, SQF, IFS, and FSSC22000 certified. These sites maintain stringent quality protocols that include:
- Positive pressure environment
- Clean air filtration
- Light table inspection
- Metal detection
- Strict uniform requirements
- Strict hygiene requirements