Cosmo Plastech, which specialises in rigid sheets, thermoforming, and injection moulding, has achieved the globally recognised Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000 award.

This certification is essential for packaging materials that come into direct contact with food, ensuring they meet stringent safety standards. 

The attainment of the FSSC 22000 verification brings multiple benefits to Cosmo and its stakeholders.  

It demonstrates a commitment to detect, assess, and manage food safety hazards, thereby preventing consumer harm and fostering a robust food safety culture, which can increase customer confidence and provide a competitive edge in the market. 

Cosmo is the end-to-end rigid packaging solutions division of Cosmo First

Cosmo First CEO Pankaj Poddar said: “The global market is distinguished by its significant youth population, leading to a booming demand for fast food and packaged food. This trend indicates substantial growth potential for the food packaging sector.  

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“Therefore, obtaining the FSSC 22000 certification is a positive step for us as a group, enabling enhanced service to the industry.” 

The FSSC 22000 certification is based on the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 22000 standard and is enhanced by technical standards such as ISO TS 22002-1 for food manufacturing and ISO TS 22002-4 for packaging manufacturing. 

The certification is applicable for the scope of sheet extrusion, injection moulding, and thermoforming, as well as for dry offset printing and/or sleeving of polypropylene and high-impact polystyrene-based rigid plastic cups, trays, sheets, and lids for food packaging applications.