MBF Group entered in the register of the State Sanitary Inspectorate

On February 22, 2024, MBF Group S.A. received a certificate of entry in the register of establishments subject to official inspection by the State Sanitary Inspection authorities. This is an important step for the company, opening up new opportunities for growth. In the following study, we will try to look at some of the most important aspects of the issue.

Consequences for the company:

  • Distribution capability: Registration with PIS allows MBF Group S.A. to distribute sugar and cooking oils (rapeseed, sunflower and soybean) with the possibility of having them repackaged or packaged. This includes both direct sales to consumers and cooperation with other food companies.
  • Increased credibility: Entry in the register can provide confirmation to contractors that MBF Group S.A. meets all sanitary and food safety requirements set forth in Polish legislation. This, in turn, builds a positive image of the company and increases confidence in its products.
  • New development opportunities: The registration opens up new growth opportunities for MBF Group S.A. in the food industry. The company can now expand its offerings with new products and services, as well as enter new markets.

Advantages derived from the entry:

  • Increased safety: Entry in the PIS register means that MBF Group S.A. is under the constant supervision of the State Sanitary Inspectorate. This ensures that the company complies with all applicable food safety norms and standards.
  • Increased competitiveness: Registration gives MBF Group S.A. a competitive advantage over companies that are not registered with the registry.
  • Better access to contractors: Entry into the register will make it easier for MBF Group S.A. to establish cooperation with new contractors, both in Poland and abroad.

Responsibilities of the company:

  • Compliance with norms and standards: MBF Group S.A. is committed to complying with all applicable food safety norms and standards.
  • Cooperation with the State Sanitary Inspection: The company must cooperate closely with the State Sanitary Inspectorate and provide it with all necessary information.
  • Recordkeeping: MBF Group S.A. must maintain detailed records of its food safety activities.

New business opportunities:

  • Expanding its offerings with new products: The company can now introduce new food products, such as flour, rice, groats, pasta, canned goods, etc., to its offerings.
  • Entering new markets: entry into the register will facilitate MBF Group S.A.’s expansion into new markets, both in Poland and abroad.
  • Cooperation with other companies: The company can now establish partnerships with other companies in the food industry, such as distribution, production, and marketing.

In conclusion, MBF Group S.A.’s entry in the register of the State Sanitary Inspectorate is an important step for the company, opening up new opportunities for development. Being on the registry means increased security, increased competitiveness, better access to contractors, and the ability to expand into new products and services.