JPNZ are recognised to be compliant with the New Zealand Food Act 2014 and subsequent amendments. The Deemed Food Control Plan applies to the scope of operations for the processing and packaging of fruit and vegetable juices, juice concentrates and purees.
We have systems in place to receive organic raw materials and production process to make products that meet the criteria for organic status. Being accredited by BioGro New Zealand also means we meet the following standards and /or have market access for Contract Processing of Fruit & Vegetable Juices and Juice concentrates; Contract Processing of Fruit and Vegetable Purees; and Export of Fruit and Vegetable Juices, Juice Concentrates and Purees indicated below:
BioGro Organic; IFOAM; MPI OOAP-USDA NOP (Organic); MPI OOAP- Taiwan; COR
Our production facility and processes have meet the requirements of the BioGro Organic Standards (refer to above qualification), they have also meet Japanese Agricultural Standards and JAS Technical Criteria, listed below:
- Notification No. 1606 for agricultural processed products of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of October 27,2005.
- Notification No. 1831 of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of 25 November, 2005.
Juice Products New Zealand Limited pursuant to the MPI Official Organic Assurance Programme are registered as an ORGANIC EXPORTER.
Our factory and products have been inspected by the Orthodox Rabbinate of New Zealand and have been confirmed to be Kosher and Parve, meaning those of the Jewish faith can consume our products as they meet the requirements of their faith.
Our products meet the requirements of the Halal assurance programme, meaning those of Muslim faith are able to consume our products as our processing practices do not contain any forbidden ingredients and food safety requirements are met.
The certificate is issued as an official assurance for the purpose of registration of non-animal derived food products with the Thai Food and Drug Administration and that JPNZ operates a quality assurance programme that is equivalent to Thailand’s Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) requirements for frozen foods exported to Thailand.
JPNZ in accordance with the New Zealand Horticulture Export Authority Act 1987, have been issued an Export Licence Certificate for Blackcurrants.