The Leader in Vegan Certification
Customers always look to certifications and labels as their basis whether to buy a product. Trustworthy certifications and labeling build consumer confidence, which translates into increased sales.
Protecting the consumer. This is a primary goal of the BeVeg Vegan Certification program — the leader in vegan certification. The BeVeg vegan certification mark stands for the independent verification of vegan quality assurance and integrity. Products that carry the BeVeg vegan trademark represent unmatched reliability for meeting the strictest of vegan standards.
BeVeg offers vegan certification to private label companies to retail grocery chains globally, such as Krogers, Trader Joe’s, Aldis, Albertsons, Safeway, Loblaw, B.J.’s Wholesale, Costco, Whole Foods, 7-Eleven, Sam’s Club, Fairway, and more.
Certified Vegan Co-Packer
The BeVeg vegan certification firm is here to help you build consumer trust, win consumer confidence, ensure brand loyalty. BeVeg is a third-party vegan certification program and we set the highest standards in vegan quality control and assurance when it comes to vegan plant-based certification.
Private Label Products
Private label products are products that are produced by a certified vegan factory or company, but the certified vegan contents are repackaged and labeled with the Private Label customer’s brand name. If the customer wishes to also have the BeVeg certified vegan trademark printed on their Private Label product, a private label agreement must be executed between the private labeller and BeVeg. This protects the certified vegan manufacturer from having to disclose their trade secrets, provides the Private Label the benefit of trusted vegan marketing, and BeVeg as an organization. Once this is completed, BeVeg vegan certified certificates will be issued in the name of the private label customer for a nominal annual fee.
Marketing Private Label Products
Manufacturers market private label products as more businesses continue to resort to private labeling instead of creating original concepts and ideas since it is feasible and allows them to save time and money. Private labeling is the act of bringing a product to market under their own brand identity but using the OEM company as the manufacturer of the product from where it is purchased from along with its rights. If the manufacturing facility is a vegan certified plant, the private label customer has the choice of to use the BeVeg vegan certification on the product packaging for a nominal fee.