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Bord Bia Quality Assurance...

This means that the product bearing the mark is quality assured. It has met the standards of the Bord Bia QAS both at processor and at farm level. Different Bord Bia Schemes are in operation for each of the main meat groups, i.e. Beef, Pigmeat, Lamb and Poultry. For each system a specification is developed to the highest international standards which exceed the minimum regulations set by the EU.
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At Staunton Foods, we are committed to producing pork and bacon products to the highest standard in regards to food safety, quality and legality.  As an organisation we continuously strive for improvement by equipping and training our staff to the highest standards and routinely reviewing our systems.

We believe quality and food safety starts at the very beginning. We ensure that all our pigs supplied to the factory are 100% Irish and are from Bord Bia approved farms. Staunton Foods facility itself is accredited to the Bord Bia Meat Processor Quality Assurance Scheme and is also accredited to the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety.

We are Irish Department of Agriculture approved and assigned plant number IE 380 EC.  The quality and production teams work closely on a daily basis with the on site team of Veterinary Inspectors to ensure the highest of standards are maintained.

At Staunton Foods, all our product is traceable back to farm and are slaughtered, produced and packed in line with all relevant EU legislation in regards to Animal Welfare, Food Hygiene, Food Safety, Quality and Legality.

Products are produced under a HACCP system which is monitored closely each day by the dedicated production and quality teams.

We take pride in the product we produce and are committed to producing this product to the highest levels of quality and food safety.

Food Safety Authority of Ireland
The FSAI has the primary responsibility for controlling the safety of food. It delegates some of its functions to other bodies such as the Health Services Executive and the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, but it retains the final responsibility. more info >>