Our knowledge and expertise
Bridor operates both in Europe and North America. This dual citizenship allows for an exchange of technical knowledge and ideas, to create products that respect the tradition of European baking while satisfying North American preferences.
Our knowledge and expertise, built on European foundations, allows us to excel in the art of baking and of Viennese pastry. Both require a special kind of attention that only people who truly love the craft can deliver.
Working with our suppliers and top-level managers, we are able to exceed our clients’ expectations by adapting to meet their specific needs.
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GFTC designated Guelph Food Technology Center. GFTC is a global leader in food safety, training, quality and technical solutions. They offer the most up-to-date knowledge to leading companies in the food and beverage industry.
Means the purity of food, drink or utensil, to meet the Kosher diet. Food that is not considered meat or milk as is parve said .
All foods derived from, or containing, milk or dairy products are considered Chalav (Hebrew) or Milchig (Yiddish). The milk may not come from a non-kosher animal nor contain animal derived substance. Any pasteurized dairy must also have been processed on kosher equipment that has not been in contact with meat or animal bi-products in any way
The Jewish Community Council of Montreal, has established itself as the leading players responsible for the certification of Kosher food products bearing the MK certification mark
AIB International is a corporation founded by the North American wholesale and retail baking industries in 1919 as a technology transfer center for bakers and food processors. The original mission of the organization was to “put science to work for the baker,” and that basic theme is still central to all of the programs, products, and services provided by AIB to baking and general food production industries worldwide.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is an agency within the US Department of Health and Human Services.
It’s a Certification body for sustainable development in Canada.
It works on the ground guaranteeing a respect for specific production, processing and distribution standards for organic food.
BRC designated British Retail Consortium. The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety is designed for companies supplying retailer-branded food products. This standard helps promote consistency across the supply chain. BRC covers critical topics such as HACCP system, factory environment, process control, quality management system, product control, and personnel.
C-TPAT is a voluntary government-business initiative to build cooperative relationships that strengthen and improve overall international supply chain and U.S. border security. C-TPAT recognizes that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) can provide the highest level of cargo security only through close cooperation with the ultimate owners of the international supply chain such as importers, carriers, consolidators, licensed customs brokers, and manufacturers.
USDA’s National Organic Program regulates the standards for any farm, wild crop harvesting, or handling operation that wants to sell an agricultural product as organically produced. The organic standards describe the specific requirements that must be verified by a USDA-accredited certifying agent before products can be labeled USDA organic. Overall, organic operations must demonstrate that they are protecting natural resources, conserving biodiversity, and using only approved substances.