News last update:6 Aug 2012

Femas accreditation for Treatt in feed

Flavour and fragrance ingredient supplier, Treatt plc, has received certification from the Feed Material Assurance Scheme (Femas) to supply its essential oils and aromatic chemicals for animal feed.

The company can now provide ingredients to meet the needs of flavour houses creating formulations for animal feed and animal feed manufacturers.

Femas aims to identify any potentially hazardous individual products used in animal feed to ensure the supply of safe feed materials to farms and feed manufacturers.

The scheme is based on HACCP principles and good operational practices. As a result of this accreditation, the words "Femas assured" will now appear on Treatt's delivery documents for all Femas approved items sent to animal feed customers.

Commenting on the accreditation, Hugo Bovill, managing director, Treatt plc, said: "This certification demonstrates Treatt's commitment to consistently providing the highest quality ingredients which comply with the most stringent safety standards.

"Customers in the animal feed industry can now confidently include our innovative ingredients in their products."

Treatt plc  is an independent ingredients supplier to the flavour and fragrance industries. It manufactures and supplies a vast inventory of innovative products, including essential oils and their natural fractions, and aromatic chemicals.

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