Caribbean Development Company, ISO Certificates: Elevating Standards in Food Safety and Quality Management

Caribbean Development Company Limited, the manufacturing arm of CARIB Brewery, has earned the following ISO Certifications; Food Safety System Certification 22000 and ISO 9001:2015, Quality Management System.


FSSC 22000 is a globally recognized certification scheme, developed to ensure food safety along the entire supply chain. It encompasses rigorous standards for food safety management systems, incorporating principles such as hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP), prerequisite programs, and continuous improvement.

For CDC, obtaining the FSSC 22000 certification underscores its commitment to maintaining the safety and integrity of its beverage products. By adhering to internationally recognised food safety standards, CDC can enhance confidence in the safety of the food supply chain, ensuring the well-being of consumers.


ISO 9001:2015 is a globally recognized standard for quality management systems, emphasizing a process approach to enhance customer satisfaction by consistently delivering products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements. It encompasses principles such as customer focus, leadership, engagement of people, and continual improvement.

For CDC, achieving ISO 9001:2015 certification demonstrates its commitment to excellence in delivering public health services and programs. By implementing robust quality management systems, CDC can streamline processes, improve operational efficiency, and enhance the effectiveness of its services, ultimately benefiting the communities it serves.


The attainment of both FSSC 22000 and ISO 9001:2015 certifications bring several key benefits to CDC and the wider community.

Enhanced Credibility: The certifications validate CDC’s adherence to globally recognized standards, enhancing its credibility and reputation as a leader in public health.

Increased Competitiveness: With certifications aligned with international standards, CDC can enhance its competitiveness in local and international markets, opening up new opportunities for growth and expansion.

Improved Safety and Quality: By implementing best practices in food safety and quality management, CDC can ensure the safety and integrity of food products and the effectiveness of its services.

Increased Stakeholder Confidence: Stakeholders, including consumers, regulatory agencies, and partners, can have increased confidence in CDC’s ability to uphold high standards of safety and quality.

Continuous Improvement: Both certifications emphasise the importance of continual improvement, driving CDC to constantly evaluate and enhance its processes and systems.

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