QS. Quality scheme for food

News

Here you will find the latest news and information on the QS scheme as well as relevant articles and topics on the various stages of the food chain.

27/11/2020

Chlorpyrifos and chlorpyrifos-methyl - this must now be observed

The ban on both of these plant protection products has given rise to new legal guidelines for maximum residue levels (MRLs) in animal feed. This...

18/11/2020

Supporting Document Emergency plan even more user-friendly

Every livestock owner has to prepare himself so that his animals are supplied in the best possible way even if he himself or - due to lack of...

12/11/2020

Temporary implementation of remote controls

Due to the spread of coronavirus on the one hand and African swine fever on the other hand, audits in risk or restricted areas are becoming...

27/11/2020

Chlorpyrifos and chlorpyrifos-methyl - this must now be observed

The ban on both of these plant protection products has given rise to new legal guidelines for maximum residue levels (MRLs) in animal feed. This...

18/11/2020

Supporting Document Emergency plan even more user-friendly

Every livestock owner has to prepare himself so that his animals are supplied in the best possible way even if he himself or - due to lack of...

12/11/2020

Temporary implementation of remote controls

Due to the spread of coronavirus on the one hand and African swine fever on the other hand, audits in risk or restricted areas are becoming...



About QS

The QS quality scheme for food is the leading standard for food safety in Germany and stands for quality assurance from farm to shop. Since 2001 we have been working together to ensure that all food safety standards are reliably implemented by all partners in the QS network.

Teaser Rindergulasch

The blue QS certification mark

Teaser Rindergulasch

The blue QS certification mark provides orientation and security during purchasing. Whether meat and meat products or fruit, vegetables and potatoes - foods with the QS certification mark have a precisely documented and controlled life cycle. If the product is produced and marketed in accordance with the requirements of the QS scheme - and only then - may it be marked with the QS certification mark.


Auditor bei Herrn Butzen

The QS scheme

Auditor bei Herrn Butzen

The QS scheme is a quality assurance system for fresh food. It ensures transparency and safety in food production. The QS inspection system covers all stages of the food chain - from production to processing and marketing. Participating companies from Germany and abroad are subject to strict QS requirements, for example, for traceability or hygiene. Independent inspectors regularly check whether the requirements are met.


Teaser Corona Portal

Infoportal on the coronavirus

Teaser Corona Portal

In the following you will find a selection of the most important specialist information on the corona virus (SARS-CoV-2), subdivided according to subject areas.

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