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FLEXO Magazine : August 2013
toward GFSI certification, due to the oversight of the auditing firms/auditors and the stronger food safety system require- ments for the GFSI standards. CICERO: An AIB program is nowhere near the level required for SQF. I have had several clients with AIB switch over to SQF. Simply being AIB certified in no way prepares you for SQF! FLEXO: Does Bell Flavors carry any other certifications? DONATO: Bell was previously certified under several different audit schemes, but now SQF is the only one we will continue to maintain. FLEXO: Which food safety standard is most widely approved? HAMILTON: GFSI schemes are equally thorough and ap- proved. DONATO: We have plants in North America going for SQF, but in Europe, or Asia, the most common standard appears Prairie State Group outlined “One Printer’s Journey” toward SQF Certification at Forum 2013 and in the pages of FLEXO’s April edition. 26 FLEXO AuGuSt 2013 www.flexography.org All lubricants must be changed to food grade in order to secure SQF certification.