Kreamer Feed achieves HACCP certification

Kreamer Feed has achieved Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) certification.

Kreamer Feed, Inc., a leading agribusiness specializing in both organic and conventional animal feed manufacturing and based in Kreamer, Penn., has achieved Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) certification.

The Food & Drug Administration defines HACCP as a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product.  The enhancements to the Food Safety Modernization Act require that animal feed and human food share similar safety measures to protect the food supply.

HACCP audits are conducted by approved third party auditors. Kreamer Feed choose to work with Validus to coordinate the 3rd party onsite inspection. The two-day audit consisted of a thorough review of all programs, trainings, manuals, policies, procedures and a facility inspection. 

The company is very excited to achieve a rating of 99.9% on our initial attempt at earning this accreditation.  All of our certifications are important, but reassurance that our processes and procedures help ensure a safe food supply is exceptionally important to the company.  “My grandfather started Kreamer Feed to make a positive impact in the community.  I cannot think of anything more impactful than keeping our food supply safe,” said Kreamer Feed president Jason Robinson.

Kreamer Feed is a 70-year-old family owned company.

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