Butchery

By participating in the QS scheme, companies that belong to butchery signal that they have all processes additionally checked by independent bodies. This creates confidence in the origin and safety of meat and sausages.

Become a QS scheme participant:
Butcher companies

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Listeria monocytogenes:
Supporting document for prevention

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Become a QS scheme participant:
Butcher companies

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Listeria monocytogenes:
Supporting document for prevention

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QS Agreements

QS actively promotes cooperation with other standard owners across national borders, so that everyone can rely on each other. In the interests of food and feed safety, QS maintains a close exchange with the standard owners- a good basis for joint further development.


Slaughtering/Deboning | Processing | Butchery | Pig | Belgium

BePork (Belpork v.z.w.)

There is a mutual audit recognition between the Belgian standard BePork and QS. Pig farms, as well as slaughter and deboning companies that have been successfully certified according to BePork, can deliver live pigs or pork to the QS scheme.

 

The bilateral agreement replaces the previous Certus and CodiplanPlus standards. After a transitional phase in which the previous certificates will continue to be valid, slaughter and deboning companies will only be able to deliver into the QS scheme on the basis of BePork certification from January 1, 2022, and farms from January 1, 2023.

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Markus Hensgen

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Markus Hensgen

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