Chia Tai Receives Q Mark Certifying Product Safety and Standards

Chia Tai Receives Q Mark Certifying Product Safety and Standards

Chia Tai Company Limited, Thailand’s leading innovative agricultural company, recently acquired “Q Mark” food safety mark certified by National Bureau of Agricultural Commodity & Food Standards (ACFS).

The mark assures customers that Chia Tai Farm produce meet the bureau’s standards. Representatives from Chia Tai also participated in a seminar about the Q Mark hosted by ACFS. The event was chaired by Mr. Pisan Pongsapitch, Secretary General of National Bureau of Agricultural Commodity and Food Standards. Mr. Kanchit Sooksatian, Deputy Secretary General of National Bureau of Agricultural Commodity and Food Standards, honoured the event with his presence to grant the Q Mark to Chia Tai. 

Q Mark certifies the quality and safety of Chia Tai’s production process which is the company’s top priority. Over the years, Chia Tai has continuously developed its food processing system to elevate its performance in order to create high-quality ready-to-eat fruits and vegetables that inspire consumer confidence. In so doing, the company has doubled down on its purpose to enhance quality of life on a sustainable basis by fostering agricultural innovations through quality products and services.


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