Vegan Certification Korea. Whether for reasons related to health and wellness, animal welfare or the environment, veganism continues to grow worldwide, and with such growth in mind BeVeg Launches Vegan Certification Program in partnership with NSF & TNC.
Today, more products are labeled “vegan” on supermarket shelves and menus than ever before. As a result, companies are becoming more innovative in developing products for this lifestyle.
To support the growth of this market while ensuring trust and confidence in vegan labels, BeVeg Launches Vegan Certification Program in partnership with NSF for food and beverage, personal care products and launched a new vegan certification program for manufacturers, brands and retailers in the dietary supplement sector.
Vegan certification is based on the BeVeg Vegan technical standard. BeVeg International holds ISO/IEC 17065 certification to provide BeVeg certification.
This standard provides valid vegan certification for the global market because it is built in accordance with ISO 17067 as a conformity assessment program for uniform application.
BeVeg is accredited by a foreign accreditation body and accredited by the National Accreditation Center (NAC), a member of the Asia Pacific Accreditation Partnership (APAC).
Carissa Kranz, Founder and CEO of BeVeg, said, “By working with NSF, BeVeg is committed to providing confidence and accountability through the legal credibility supported by our standards. It further extends our reach to consumers and retail chains worldwide.”
NSF provides third-party verification that the product is animal-free and is cruelty-free (Vegan).
Sara Risley, NSF’s Director of Global Food Safety Product Certification, said, “When lifestyles influence what can and can’t be eaten, trust product labels and being able to claim integrity is very important,” he said.
“NSF is pleased to partner with BeVeg International to certify its products to BeVeg Vegan standards“.
Businesses that have successfully certified food, beverage, cosmetic, textile or other consumer goods products to the BeVeg standard may use the official BeVeg Vegan trademark logo on product packaging. So consumers can immediately recognize that the product is officially Vegan.
BeVeg builds brand trust and consumer trust by eliminating vegan claims on product packaging that is currently made without official standards.
Businesses can also bundle BeVeg certifications with other NSF certifications such as NON GMO, organic, gluten-free and kosher.
BeVeg certification includes a four-step process that includes a facility audit.
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