Producer of Helen’s flakes AS Sangaste Linnas received a prestigious food safety certificate

Producer of Helen’s flakes AS Sangaste Linnas received a prestigious food safety certificate.

Sangaste Linnas AS was awarded the globally renowned FSSC 22000 Food Safety Certificate, which demonstrates that the company’s commitment to food safety exceeds the legal requirements.

According to Pille Pokk, CEO of Sangaste Linnas, this is a great recognition. “This certification guarantees that Helen’s flakes are produced in a safe, clean and high quality environment,” said Pokk. “We’re proud of our FSSC 22000 certification, which is important to us and to consumers, and gives an iron-clad guarantee that Helen’s flakes are a safe, ethical and clean product.”

The FSSC 22000 (Food Safety System Certification) is an internationally recognised food safety management system for companies in the food industry, covering interactive communication, management system and hazard control. The FSSC 22000 standard is fully recognised by the GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) and is of the same high level as other GFSI-recognised standards.

The international FSSC 22000 standard covers all stages of the production and supply of food-related products, from the purchase and processing of raw materials to production and packaging, and finally transport and sales.

Sangaste Linnas AS, the producer Helen’s flakes, is a unique flake factory in Estonia, which uses German high-tech automated equipment. We’ve been delighting porridge lovers for a quarter of a century under the Helen trademark. The first product to be launched was Helen’s instant oat flakes, followed by four-grain flakes, wholegrain flakes, buckwheat flakes and rice flakes.