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REDcert² - Your certification system for sustainable biomass in the food sector


In the interests of its system participants, REDcert created the REDcert² system to tackle the challenges of the market and respond to requests from collectors, processors and the food and beverage industry for biomass sustainability certification for the food industry. In addition to the established sustainability certification of biomass, biofuels and bioliquids, REDcert² offers the food industry a practically-oriented and efficient certification system for sustainable biomass.

REDcert² is based on the REDcert-EU system which has successfully been in place now for three years and was given a positive rating by the SAI (Sustainable Agriculture Initiative). REDcert² offers system participants already certified under REDcert-EU and prospective system participants from the food industry a way to expand their sustainability certification to include the food sector. The REDcert² certification scheme can be used for the phases raw materials production and collection, trade and processing.


Whether you are a producer, manufacturer or certification body, find out about the REDcert² system requirements and inspection system here.

 

 

System principles for biomass production in the food industry

 

Revision information

 

Fee schedule

 

checklist REDcert²

 

self-declaration for REDcert²    

 

Information about the REDcert² system

 

FAQs REDcert²

News
  • Maintenance & Nabisy Information

    On July 12, 2018, the Federal Office for Agriculture and Food (BLE) will shut down Nabisy from about 9:00 am for this day because of various maintenance and a new update.

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  • REDcert Newsletter

    With our REDcert newsletter, we provide you with information on a regular basis about current issues related to sustainability certification as well as about changes and innovations in the REDcert scheme.

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  • Modification regarding the Nabisy-Codes

    The Federal Office for Agriculture and Food (BLE) has implemented four modifications regarding the Nabisy-Codes.

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