Our products are “Made in Luxembourg” and are characterised by their high quality, traceability and certification. We carry out more than 1500 analyses per day in our in-house laboratory. Various certifications attest to our consistently high standards in the production of our food products. Our products are ISO 22000, IFS FOOD, BIO (organic) and HALAL certified.
Being good is not enough, being the best is no longer enough. This is why at Luxlait, we are constantly striving to improve our business.
Made in Luxembourg
Made in Luxembourg is a guarantee introduced in 1984 for Luxembourg products and services. Its aim is to promote Luxembourg products abroad and to identify them as national products.
Supplier to the Court
Suppliers to the Court include only those companies which regularly supply products of outstanding quality to the Court of Luxembourg. Only about forty Luxembourg companies currently have the honour of being able to bear the coat of arms of the Grand-Ducal Court and call themselves “Suppliers to the Court”.
IFS Food Version 6.1 (International Food Standard)
The IFS standard is developed by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). This standard is recognised and mostly required by the mass retail sector.
It focuses on food safety, compliance with specifications (especially for private label products) and quality management in general.
Certifications by the Prüfverein Verarbeitung Ökologische Landbauprodukte (Inspection Association for the Processing of Organic Agricultural Products)
From the field to the shop counter, organic products are controlled under European regulations 834/2007 and 889/2008. Once a year, all parties involved, from producers, processors and traders to importers, are inspected by a state-approved inspection body.
Halal means “authorised and legitimate”. With regard to food and beverages, this means that Muslims are allowed to consume them. During preparation, production and storage, we ensure that no “Haram”, i.e. prohibited, substances come into contact with the product.
ISO 22000 is a recognised international standard that defines rules for quality management, just like ISO 9001, but it has the particularity of being specific to the food industry. It defines management rules to ensure the food safety of the products. The requirements are broad and concern all the links in the production chain (supplies, human and material resources, transport, monitoring, communication, etc.).