Certifications

It was the first food company in Chile to certify ISO 22000: 2005, a Standard of Food Safety Management. It also has the following valid certifications:

  •  Quality Management System based on ISO 9001: 2008
  •  Environmental Management System based on ISO 14001: 2004
  •  Occupational Health and Safety Management System based on OHSAS 18001: 2007
  •  World Food Safety Standard BRC version 6
  •  Food Safety Management System based on the ISO 22000 Standard: 2005
  •  HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004Valid certifications in other plants.
  • Quality Management System based on ISO 9001: 2008
  • Environmental Management System based on ISO 14001: 2004.
  • Occupational Health and Safety Management System based on OHSAS 18001: 2007
  • HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004

Quality Management System based on ISO 9001: 2008
HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004

Quality Management System based on ISO 9001: 2008
HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004

HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004

HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004

HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.

HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004
Quality Management System based on ISO 9001: 2015

HACCP based on the Chilean Standard NCh2861.Of2004

Rainforest alliance

Agrícola Ariztía (Fundos La Isla, Huechún, Baracaldo y Quilhuica) produces potatoes and corn with “Certification under the RAS Standard (Sustainable Agriculture Network) with the Rainforest Alliance seal” since 2013.

Additionally, since 2015 the “Planta de Acopio La Isla” is the only company in the world that has certification for corn storage under “Custody Chain” Standards

Did you know that Ariztia products are certified by INTA?

At Ariztia we care about taste and quality, that is why together with INTA we have certified our packaged products with Low Sodium Contribution, Allergen Free, Soy and Gluten Free. These products are identified with the INTA Green Seal.

What is the certification?

The certification is the procedure by which a recognized and independent institution external to the company, verifies that a food complies with what is declared on its labeling.

Low Sodium contribution:

It is established when a food product has less than 140 milligrams of sodium per serving. Prefer foods with lower sodium content.

Allergen Free Soy:

It means that the product, throughout its production process, was free from contact with ingredients, equipment, operators and / or surfaces containing soy.

Gluten free:

It means that the product is prepared only with ingredients that, due to their natural origin and the application of good manufacturing practices (cross contamination), are gluten-free. It is considered a safe food for the celiac population.