At Haverick Meats, we’re committed to operating under the highest industry certifications in compliance with customer specifications. To ensure all systems are maintained, mandatory audits are conducted to verify compliance of each accreditation. This means we’re able to assess that quality assurance processes are implemented effectively and that these processes conform to stipulated requirements.

We continue to uphold our product integrity and service capability by endorsing these standards throughout our operation.

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Export Registered

We’re fully accredited by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), and operate one of the most advanced, purpose-built export facilities in Australia. Our international supply arrangements fully comply with all regulatory and industry standards around the world.

HACCP

At Haverick Meats, we’re fully committed to food safety and our operations fully comply with certification standards set by AUS-QUAL.

We also inspect and monitor our suppliers’ facilities, ensuring wholesome practices and in turn take the necessary steps to ensure all of our products are compliant with these standards throughout all areas
of our operation and along the supply chain.

Aus-Meat Certification

We carry an A+ accreditation from AUS-MEAT Limited. We adhere to all processing principles as laid out by
AUS-MEAT to ensure quality control is at the highest standard.

Halal Certified

We have the capability to process and deliver in accordance to stipulated Halal requirements.

MSA Liscenced

Haverick Meats are licensed by Meat & Livestock Australia to process and supply graded beef and lamb in accordance with the specifications provided by Meat Standards Australia.

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