Baltic Control® Certification is one of the leading certification companies in the field of food production and sustainability. We mainly focus on animal welfare, feed, green production and sustainable energy production.

We are internationally recognized and strive to offer our customers a truly independent service, where necessary, with emphasis on quick response, attention to detail and competent execution. We add value to customer needs and maintain good and long-term business relationships.

Baltic Control Certification A/S is accredited according to ISO standards:  

  • ISO/IEC 17065:2012 (DANAK accreditation no. 7027 and 7032)
    • Animal Welfare:
      • SEGES Danish standard-pigs
      • DC UK pigs standard
      • Tican UK pigs standard
      • Danish Veal 
      • QS Quality Scheme for Food, Livestock Farming/Transport
    • Feed and Food
      • GlobalG.A.P.
         
  • ONA- NP-ISO/IEC 17065:2014 (ONA-CA/OCP011)
    • Genado Bovino NCh 1423/2002
    • Canales de Bovino NCh 1424/2002, 1306/2015
    • Cortes menoreso basicos de la came bovino NCh 1596/1999
    • Certification de transport NCh 240/93
       
  • ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015 (DANAK accreditation no. 5016)
    • DS/EN ISO22000:2005, Feed
    • EFISC-GTP

We have adopted TIC Council's Code of Ethics and Compliance Code throughout our global network.

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19.
May 2021

GRMS is tailored to fit the specific requirements of the meat industry.

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10.
May 2021

The report is based on data collected by Baltic Control® during 7.800 WelFur assessments

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12.
April 2021

Companies* trading wild fur harvested from North America can now be certified according to a new Wild Fur protocol.

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16.
March 2021

Baltic Control® Certification still supports the Danish authorities efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). We have updated our instructions on how audits, especially on animal welfare, will proceed in the months ahead.

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28.
January 2021

Become ZERYA® certified and get evidence that your fruits and vegetables are without pesticide residues*

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16.
March 2020

Baltic Control® Certification supports the Danish authorities efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). The instructions will have an impact on how audits, especially on animal welfare, will proceed in the coming weeks.

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28.
February 2019

WelFur is the first animalwelfare focused initiative ever to achieve recognition on highest EU level

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01.
November 2018

Baltic Control® Certification moved to larger facilities at Kulsviervej 150 north of Copehagen

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