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Food and Feed Safety Grains Inspections:

Today, more than ever, food quality and safety are a constant concern for consumers and public authorities alike. This focus has been reinforced by recent health scares. For every company in the food supply chain, managing the risks in the fields of Quality, Health & Safety, Environment and Social Responsibility has become critical.

In this context of growing pressure, it is crucial to control and improve the performance of your products, services and organization. Doing so will help you stay competitive, protect your reputation and enhance your brand image

AIM Control offers a wide range of certification, inspection and auditing services that will help you meet the growing requirements and face the challenges of higher standards in Quality, Health & Safety, Environment and Social Responsibility.


AIM Control provides certification services (HACCP, GMP, EUREP GAP, supplier audits) to all participants in the food/feed supply chain. Such quality assurance schemes provide a pro-active approach for controlling risks in the entire supply chain. They add trust and credibility to the business.

AIM Control Agrilab check the innocuity of the cargo to certify it is fit for human or animal consumption. Some examples of certification services:


HACCP – Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points
Also see HAZARD details and our Factory/ Supplier Audits before purchasing into USA.


GMP – Good Manufacturing Practices

EurepGAP – Euro-Retailer Produce Working Group (Eurep) / Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)

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What is Inspection of Agrifood & Commodities?

What are the key benefits?

  • Reassurance about actual weight and quality (or other criteria) of products

  • Ability to react in time and protect your interests in case of a problem

  • Third Party inspection results can be used to support sales

  • The certificate may also be used as one of the documents to present in case of payment with a Letter of Credit

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