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Délifrance ensures consistent quality of its raw materials by ensuring that:

  • Ingredients of Délifrance products are GM free and have not undergone any ionisation treatment.
  • Ingredients used in Délifrance products derived from corn, soya, beet and rapeseed oil are from conventional farming methods.
  • Raw materials originating from the EU are preferred.
  • Suppliers are committed to the consistent quality of their products and comply with Délifrance requirements. All supplers must have a HACCP system, follow the guidelines of good manufacturing and hygiene pratices, assuring ascending and descending traceability.

Délifrance ensures optimal quality from manufacturing.

  • The product is followed at all stages of production by a monitoring sampling system.
  • A Délifrance product passes through between 50 and 90 control points.
  • Délifrance is audited regularly by accreditation bodies and its customers.
  • Each production site constantly monitors its products in terms of organoleptic quality, recipes, baking guidelines, ageing and storage.
  • Tasting panels are organised, internally and with consumers to gather sensory perceptions on new recipes or recipes that are in the process of being improved.
  • To maximise the logistical process, Délifrance ensures optimum quality of the manufacturing site, outlets where the products are sold and the customers storage capabilities. This process takes place under controlled temperatures.

Our Quality and food safety system

  • The food security management systems of our production sites are certified according to the international norm ISO 22000and/or according to the referential of the British and European retailers, BRC (British Retail Consortium Global Standards) or IFS (International Food Standard).
  • Délifrance was the first company to be certified ISO 22000 for the majority of its boulangeries by LRQA Lloyds register Quality Assurance France.

    Délifrance and the NutriXo group are particularly involved with:

  • 1998 first HACCP accreditation CCvD in France
  • 2005 first ISO 22000 certification in France