Cert ID Europe has undertaken third party non GMO certification for the distribution, storage and handling of non GMO Soya lecithin for Lasenor Charbhuja, one of India’s growing suppliers of Soya to the European food sector.
The company has also become the first Indian Soya site to achieve Halal certification for its products through Cert ID Europe and the European Halal Development Association.
The rigorous non GMO certification offered by Cert ID Europe now enables Lasenor Charbhuja to supply soya lecithin to GM sensitive markets such as the Europe and Japan and Halal certification to Muslim markets.
Lasenor Charbhuja purchases Soybean lecithin from various approved vendors. Then export the soybean lecithin after processing, reconditioning and homogenizing. Each batch of Lecithin exported is PCR tested in Cert ID approved lab and issued with a Cert ID TCC based upon a result <0.1 per cent GM (35S, NPTII, Soy Mon 89788)
Parent company Lasenor based in Spain has been Cert ID Non-GMO certificated since 2005 and now produces 1500MT Non-GMO Soya lecithin per year.
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