Learn more about discefa certifications

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Follow the Best Quality

Our team of professionals works to maximize quality standards during all the phases of product processing. We apply a traceability system according to procedures established by the main organizations for standardization and food safety.  Our distributors contribute great value to Discefa due to their diligent strict compliance to international food regulations, certified with audits and rigorous control procedures starting from the fishing grounds at the origin.

FSSC 22000

This certification aims to ensure control of food safety risks. The requirements to obtain it include a rigorous system to identify, control and minimize food safety risks, which entails producing safe products. A food safety control system recognised by the GFSI, Global Food Safety Initiative , which guarantees food safety for consumers worldwide.

ISO 22000

ISO 22000 is a standard developed by the International Organisation for Standardisation addressing food safety throughout the entire supply chain.

IFS Food

Recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative, this regulation audits food industry companies on the safety and quality of their products. IFS Food is a food safety standard recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). Audits companies that manufacture food or package bulk food products, focusing on aspects related to the safety and quality.

Halal Guarantee Certification

The Halal seal of approval certifies that DISCEFA products comply with the Islamic rules of the Koran, and do not include substances banned for practitioners of this religion.

Sustainability Certifications

MSC (Marine Stewardship Council)

Our company has obtained MSC certification, which guarantees traceability in the purchase and sale process of certified products. Our registration number is MSC-C-56456.

Sustainable Fisheries

We are registered in Global Octopus SR (Supply Chain Roundtable), thanks to whom we are collaborating with the FIP (Fishery Improvement Project) in the Mauritanian, Mexican and Moroccan fisheries, so they can obtain MSC certification.

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