Did you know ...
… that according to paragraph 10 of the German Consumer Goods Ordinance (BedGgstV), packaging made from plastic may only be put into circulation if a written declaration has been provided? If you do not have this, the packaging will be banned by the authorities. With Perga, you can rest assured that your products comply with all regulations and laws, including the required Declaration of Conformity.
Perga has been a pioneer in the field of hygiene for many years. In addition to the special benefits of our allfolinÂ® brand, we pay particular attention to hygiene standards in production, making sure that they are strictly adhered to and consistently implemented.
Ellen Metzger â€¢ QM Dept.
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Our hygiene measures
At Perga, our production processes strictly observe and consistently implement hygiene standards. In addition to stringent working conditions in accordance with paragraphs 42 and 43 of the German Protection against Infection Act (IfSG), our BRC certification means that we actually exceed the statutory requirements.
- Stringent working conditions as per the German Protection against Infection Act (IfSG)
- Advanced and powerful ventilation system
- Working area kept clean by airlocks
- Staff training on hygiene regulations
- Ventilation ducts with special fly screens
Only the best for our customers
In recent years, EU requirements regarding the hygiene regulations for films and packaging have been significantly tightened. Countries in the EU are subject to the most stringent regulations anywhere in the world. From a number of discussions, we have seen that the actual significance of this issue is often seriously underestimated and the legal implications are not known. With our films and packaging, you are 100Â % secure.
Quality â€“ “Made in Germany”
On 26 May 2008, we were proud to receive our certificate. At that time, there was not yet an officially recognised ISO standard for hygiene in food packaging. We therefore chose to adopt the British standard as issued by the British Retail Consortium/Institute of Packaging. The aim of this standard is to prevent contamination damage to food caused by packaging materials.