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Tomis Group has annual FSSC 22000 audits at their facilities.

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Tomis used a traceability (EID – Electronic Identification) system on all lamb/ sheep and cattle. Our tagging system is connected to an ERP and DERP program in Meat Matrix.

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Independent meat classifiers and inspectors are used in both abattoirs. IMQAS are contracted for this service.

Tomis product testing

Tomis does regular product testing by independent laboratories to ensure compliance with all relevant guidelines. One such laboratory is Wynland Laboratory which is SANAS accredited.

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Our abattoir and feedlot is monitored and independently audited by SAMIC (South African meat industry company) according to strict HAS principles and guidelines.

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Tomis is a member of the RMAA (Red Meat Abattoir Association) and Laurie Terblanche, our Managing Director, is the Western Cape Chairman and the National Vice Chairman of the RMAA.

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Tomis has lamb and cattle import status from the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural development.

Annual HAS (Hygiene Assessment audits) are done by the Department of Agriculture.

Both Tomis Abattoir and Tomis Meat Packers has a ZA Export Certificate from DAFF.

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Tomis uses a Temple Grandin design system in both the beef and sheep abattoir.

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The Tomis Group undergoes regular animal welfare audits by A Greener World South Africa’s AWA certification programme. Our AWA certification guarantees you that the absolute best animal welfare practices are followed at the Tomis Group!

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Tomis is a proud member of the RPO and supports its efforts.

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Tomis Abattoir as well as Tomis Meat Packers are HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) certified for food safety.

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Plaas Vorentoe, Hermon
PO Box 596, Wellington


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Tel: 022 4481 680
Email: tomis@tomis.co.za

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