Normec Label & Specifications has in-house specialists who answer all your questions in the field of labeling, specification management and the most recent legislation and regulations. In recent years we have been able to help many companies with all possible questions in the field of labeling in the food industry. View here how we can be of service.
After the assessment of the label, you will receive a complete final report with the findings and recommendations.
The labelling specialists of Normec Label & Specifications can support your company to comply with applicable legislation. Through part-time secondment we offer you an interim professional from a higher or academic level. Our professional is familiar with your sector and is always up to date with the laws and regulations surrounding labelling. The specialist can perform various activities with regard to labelling, legislation and specification management. We are committed to a quick and qualitative approach. Our specialists will gladly help you in a professional manner. Get started in a well-prepared way Part-time secondment means that you purchase the labour, knowledge and skills of a specialist for a certain number of hours per period. This increases the capacity and saves you a having to employ full-time employees. Our labelling specialists are familiar with many different industries. This means that they can help you with good and up-to-date knowledge. They are aware of all changes, trends and news in the field of labelling. The right label and/or the correct specifications are important and therefore a temporary labelling specialist can play an important role for your company.
As a private label owner or producer, you are confronted with a complex administrative process concerning specification management and labels. Retailers use different systems to manage their specifications. They often have their own requirements in the field of labelling. This process is often complex and time-consuming. We are committed to a first-class and personal approach. Thanks to our knowledge, we ensure that your products meet the correct labelling requirements. Systems, texts and reports The labelling specialists at Normec Label & Specifications can help you in various areas. This includes assisting you in filling in customer specific specifications systems, such as SIM, Trace One and PS in foodservice. We can also prepare customer-specific label texts for you or we can provide a market report for your products. In addition, we can build your own specifications system for you with our QA Software. This makes information available faster and more easily transferable to customer-specific systems.
Specifications play an important part in a food company: products cannot be traded without proper food information. Based on the specifications of your raw materials and the recipe, you prepare a product specification. This can be a complex job, especially if your customer places extensive demands on your specifications. We are committed to a personal and professional approach. Our specialists help you with knowledge and expertise on labelling. Drafting and outsourcing The content of the specifications must at least comply with Regulation (EU) No. 1169/2011, but your customers will increasingly ask you to provide more information. Retailers, caterers and wholesalers often want this for their own information systems. Every customer has his own requirements and other information he needs. The drafting of specifications has become a separate subject. You will find that you need more and more knowledge and time for this. Our specialists can help you with drafting and managing product specifications. We take all the work out of your hands. There are various possibilities: Drafting product specifications based on your raw material specifications and recipe. Enter data into product information systems of the retail organisation and wholesalers, such as SIM, Trace One, GS1 and PS in foodservice. Completing
Retailers in the Netherlands and abroad can ask for a marketability report, also sometimes called a Verkehrsfähigkeitsbescheinigung. A marketability report is often requested when (re) marketing a product. The retailer would then like to see a report from an independent body showing that the product meets all requirements. Both when it comes to the legislation and as well as the requirements of the retailer. We are committed to a personal and flexible approach. We can draw up a market report for you when you need it. One joint report Normec Label & Specifications can draw up and deliver the desired report for you. After your wishes have been discussed, we ensure that the products are collected from you. The analyses are carried out in our ISO 17025 approved laboratory. Our labelling specialists carry out a label check for you. Then the analyses from the laboratory and the label check are processed in one report and submitted to you. The report is accompanied by relevant advice and comments. If you want a report in English or German, that is also possible. The report we draw up for you can be handed over to your customer and in this way meet the
There are many different laws and regulations concerning labelling. As a producer, you want to meet all requirements and rules. But this can sometimes be difficult. The specialist knowledge to interpret and implement legislation properly is not always present within a company. The labelling specialists of Normec Label & Specifications can support you with this. We are committed to a first-class and personal approach. Our labelling specialists help you comply with the legislation. Complex issues The EU has drafted various laws that are regularly subject to change. Specialist knowledge about this is not always present within a company and it is often difficult to find the right information in the jumble of legal texts. We can answer these types of issues for you. Within our organisation, we have specialists who are aware of the latest legislation and can correctly interpret this for your product and/or your website. We can also test existing texts and websites against the law and issue advice for possible adjustments.