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BRC Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials (formerly the BRC/IoP Food Packaging Standard)

Standards and Schemes

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the Packaging Society (formerly known as the Institute of Packaging - IoP) jointly developed this global standard to help retailers and food manufacturers meet their legal obligations. This standard aims to help protect the consumer by providing a common basis for the evaluation of companies supplying packaging for food products to retailers.

Standards, schemes and EC directives

We provide sector-specific services for automotive schemes, food schemes, aerospace schemes and many others . LRQA is a notified body for a number of EC Directives . We also deliver tailored assessment services using clients' own standards and requirements, especially supply chain management services.

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