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Admiral Packaging Scores High with AIB


PROVIDENCE, RI | Admiral Packaging, a producer of flexible packaging, reports it recently received a highly commendable score of 935 out of 1000 in an AIB inspection conducted May 22–23, 2013. The audit was conducted under the AIB International Consolidated Standards for Inspection of Food Contact Packaging Manufacturing Facilities. These standards represent key requirements that a facility must meet in order to keep the packaging materials in a facility wholesome and safe. The Standards also reflect what an inspector would expect to see in a facility that maintains a food-safe processing environment.

According to Admiral president Harley Frank, in the past few years the company has invested more than $10 million in state-of-the-art equipment to provide customers with fast turnaround and high quality. “We have a deep commitment to the highest quality standards of the industry.…I’m proud of our facility and dedicated employees in achieving this remarkable AIB score.”

The AIB International Consolidated Standards for Inspection are divided into five categories: Operational Methods and Personnel Practices, Maintenance for Food Safety, Cleaning Practices, Integrated Pest Management, and Adequacy of Prerequisite and Food Safety Programs.

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