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The Importance of SQF Level 2 Certification

A Deeper Look into Abstrax’s Quality Standards

In the rapidly growing cannabis industry, ensuring safety and quality of products are non-negotiable requirements for any reputable business. This has made certifications such as the ISO 9001:2015 and FSSC 22000 benchmarks popular among terpene suppliers.

While these are certainly notable achievements, Abstrax has taken its commitment to quality and safety to new heights by attaining the SQF Level 2 Certification.

But what does this certification imply, and why is it so important for our customers?


Unpacking SQF Level 2 Certification

SQF, or Safe Quality Food, is a globally recognized certification that is considered one of the most stringent in the food safety industry. Its comprehensive quality control regulations are unparalleled, and its rigorous audits ensure that a company's quality management system operates at the highest level.

Abstrax's attainment of the SQF Level 2 certification speaks volumes about our dedication to producing top-tier, safe products, far surpassing the usual ISO 9001:2015 and FSSC 22000 benchmarks.

Unlike other programs, the SQF certification offers a quality score akin to health department evaluations for restaurants, providing an ongoing testament to the quality of our operations. Our recent scoring of 94 on this metric is a testimony to our unwavering commitment to maintaining the highest levels of quality in our operations.

Stringent Quality Control Measures at Abstrax

Abstrax's SQF Level 2 Certification stands as a beacon of our dedication to stringent quality control in all aspects of our operations.

The SQF Level 2 Certification goes beyond standard quality checks to incorporate a HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) approach, which identifies potential safety hazards and puts strict measures in place to control them

Our SQF Level 2 certification reaffirms our commitment to product safety, a testament to the stringent safety measures we have in place to de-risk your business. Abstrax understands the imperative of supplying safe, quality-assured cannabis ingredients.

This certification provides a credible assurance to our clients and partners of our commitment to maintain the highest possible standards in cannabis ingredient production.

Abstrax's Commitments to Safety, Quality, and Transparency

In an industry facing unprecedented growth and evolving regulations, aligning with a partner who places a premium on quality and safety can significantly de-risk your business. By choosing Abstrax as your supplier, you're partnering with a company that values your customers' safety as much as you do, and is continually investing in processes that prioritize quality, safety, and compliance.

Moreover, as part of our ongoing commitment to excellence, we continuously refine our processes, from research and development to manufacturing and quality control. This ongoing enhancement ensures that our operations align with the latest industry standards and best practices.

Notably, Abstrax is committed to transparency. The SQF Level 2 certification, with its rigorous standards and external audits, helps us demonstrate our ongoing commitment to this transparency. When you partner with Abstrax, you're choosing a company dedicated to operating with integrity, providing quality, and ensuring safety in all aspects of our operations.

Serving the Industry's Consumers through SQF Level 2 Certification

In conclusion, Abstrax's attainment of the SQF Level 2 certification sets us apart from other cannabis ingredient suppliers. It's more than just a badge of honor; it's a statement of our dedication to quality, safety, and rigorous control measures that protect our customers and end consumers.

As your trusted partner, we strive to provide the best cannabis ingredients that are crafted with strict compliance to the highest safety standards. With Abstrax, you can be confident in the quality and safety of the products you offer to your consumers.

Have questions about using terpenes in your products? Want to talk about Custom Terpene Formulations? Contact us today.

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