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Grain sourced through the Viterra supply chain meets the highest international standards of food safety and quality management.

Our standards and processes ensure Viterra meets the varying requirements of importing and exporting authorities to maintain market access for South Australian growers’ grain in a number of domestic and export destinations, as well as meeting the changing needs of end use customers.

Our Verified Viterra programme reflects the high standards and systems needed to deliver quality, food safe grain to the world safely and efficiently. It represents exacting standards, food safety and quality of delivery.


We meet the highest international standards of food safety and quality management.



Viterra holds a number of accreditations and certifications ensuring the highest food safety and quality management is maintained.

ISO 22000:2018 certification

All our facilities are ISO 22000:2018 certified, the highest certification of any grain supply chain in Australia and meets the highest international standards of food safety and quality management. ISO 22000:2018 outlines the management framework to effectively manage food safety requirements.

Viterra has held this certification for more than 20 years demonstrating the business consistently upholding these standards. This includes the new certification standards introduced in 2018 that requires greater accountability of process, monitoring and risk management for food safety.

Green Food certification

Our supply chain is Green Food certified by the Green Food Development Center, operated by the Ministry of Agriculture for China representing a strict set of quality control and food safety standards maintained at all points along the supply chain. The certification has become known as the typical representation of safe and high quality agricultural products and food in China.

China Quality Certification Centre

Viterra is certified by the China Quality Certification Centre (CQCC) for its adherence to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) procedures to manage food safety through identification and control of potential hazards.

The CQCC has also certified Viterra for the transportation and storage for cereal products at its six export terminals demonstrating the business’ stringent food safety management procedures.

Halal Certification Authority Australia

Grain sourced through Viterra is prepared and stored following Halal standards and requirements recognised by the Halal Certification Authority Australia to meet some end user requirements.

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