All Rhymba Hills® tea are packed in a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) and ISO22000:2005 certified factory, which emphasizes highest hygiene and quality control possible. With this, you can be assured that you are drinking tea which are packed under stringent controls. Here are some information on the three quality control standards:
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
The Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is a regulation which certifies that cleanliness of the staff’s hygiene, use of equipment, production of our tea, as well as the environment of the premise where our tea are produced and packed, attest to the quality of relevant standards.
The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point also known as the HACCP is a management system which addresses safety of the tea. It uses preventive methods to ensure that the tea do not become unsafe in terms of biological, chemical and physical hazard.
ISO 22000: 2015
The ISO 22000 is a food management system that must be applied in all organization related to food chain. The ISO certifies that the ingredients acquired from suppliers are safe and devoid of danger. Certification from ISO is the best guarantee that the things consumed from our company are safe for consumption.