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ISO 22000:
ISO stands for International Organization for Standardization and ISO 22000 Certified specifies requirements for a food safety management system. Kanehide Bio Co., LTD has meets the standards of food safety control and ensure that food is safe at consumer.




GMP:
GMP stands for Good Manufacturing Practice and it provides guidance for manufaturing, testing and quality assurance in order to ensure that product is safe for human consumption. It covers all aspects of production from the starting materials, premises and equipment to the training and personal hygiene of staff.




JAS - Certified Organic Food:
JAS stands for Japanese Agriculture Standard and regulate production and processing of organic products for the Japanese market. Kanehide Bio Co., LTD deals with organic procude processed foods without using any pesticides or chemical fertilizers.





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