Bryce Company Recognized for Food Safety

MEMPHIS, TN | Bryce Company, a film converter and producer of flexible packaging products, recently achieved SQF (Safe Quality Food) Level 2 Certification at its Memphis, TN, and Searcy, AR, production facilities.

SQF is a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) food safety program recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and accepted globally by those who require a thorough and trustworthy food-safety management system. Organizations obtaining SQF Level 2 Certification have gone through numerous assessments and audits providing proof that food-safety control systems, with continuous monitoring, are in place. Its focus integrates quality and food safety, leading to an overall improved process and management system.

“We are excited to be the first major flexible film converter with multiple facilities to achieve SQF Level 2 Certification at all of its facilities,” says Sean Bowie, president of Bryce Company. “As the demands on our industry and customers change, so does our response to providing them with innovative and value-add solutions. We believe that the SQF Level 2 Certification displays a generational commitment to our customers, employees and communities.

In addition to obtaining SQF Level 2 Certification in 2017, Bryce Company invested in two new presses and insourced new capabilities on the pouchmaking lines. Says Bowie, “We continue to invest in the business, which has led to commercial growth in new and diverse markets.”

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