ID No. 0000003044: Gutshof Freiheitlinger (Example)
Pur Natur Yoghurt, food, yoghurt
- No genetic modification
- No artificial flavors
- With selected starter culture microorganism
Pur Natur Yoghurt is made of selected starter culture microorganism without artificial flavor and without genetic organism in a traditional family business.
Pur Natur Yoghurt is a fresh dairy product and should be refrigerated at 2–8°C at all times.
Pur Natur Yoghurt is available in an environmentally friendly, resealable, returnable glass jar.
Pur Natur Yoghurt, Gutshof Freiheitlinger, produced by Hersteller GmbH is a natural yoghurt in a 500 ml jar.
|TÜV Rheinland LGA Products GmbH has tested and certified the following quality criteria:||
The product “Pur Natur Yoghurt” produced by Gutshof Freiheitlinger (Example) was tested by laboratories of TÜV Rheinland FoodCert Alliance® and fulfills the requirements of the “Food Safety” criteria catalogue. The product and its claimed characteristics as presented on the market are regularly checked as a basis for usage of the test mark for tested and certified food.
Food offered in the German market has to be conform with German law, especially with the requirements of the LFGB and its related directives. The German food labeling directive (LmKV) or the guidelines of the German Food Compendium are examples. Aim of the law and directives is to protect the consumers from hazards through consumption of products.
The TÜV Rheinland FoodCert Alliance® (FCA) is the network of accredited TÜV Rheinland approved food testing laboratories (“Competence Centers”).
This is an example for an internet entry. We would also be pleased to present your certified product in the internet similarly. Make use of a statement of a neutral third party in order to assure your potential customers of the safety and quality of your products.
Gutshof Freiheitlinger is a family-owned manor - now in its sixth generations - situated at the foot of the Bavarian Alps.
Our speciality are natural dairy products, exclusively made from the milk of our free-range Pustertaler Schecken.