- July 4th, 2021
Committed to excellence in production
In the permanent pursuit of quality in all their production processes, two Viña Concha y Toro plants in Chile received the highest scores in their BRCGS and IFS Food recertifications.
Viña Concha y Toro stands out for its permanent pursuit of excellence and quality throughout the production process, from its vineyards to every bottle enjoyed by its consumers. Two of the company’s plants recently obtained the highest scores in their International Featured Standards IFS Food and BRCGS recertification audits. Similarly, Concha y Toro’s wine cellar located in Chimbarongo, in Chile’s O’Higgins Region, was also recently certified under these two standards, which substantiate food safety and quality in the company.
The certification process at the Lontué Genéricos Plant and Vespucio Plant lasted for two and three days respectively, and involved a review of the chapters indicated by version 8 of the BRC standard and version 6.1 of the IFS Food standard, which cover various aspects of food safety including the commitment of senior management, hazard and risk analysis in the various production stages by the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) team in each plant, and analysis of vulnerabilities related to safety, infrastructure and suppliers, among others.
In the case of the Lontué Plant, the maximum qualification was maintained in both standards (AA in BRCGS and Superior in IFS Food), in the same way, the Vespucio Plant achieved the maximum qualification of (AA in BRCGS and Superior in IFS Food), in both cases for announced audits.
These excellent results demonstrate the commitment of Viña Concha y Toro and its employees to the quality of products produced by the company, which are enjoyed by consumers around the world.