Staff Correspondent
PRAN Group, a leading food processor and exporter, has achieved British Retail Consortium (BRC) certificate. PRAN Agro Limited and Natore Agro Limited, two sister concern of PRAN Group, received the recognition from the UK based BRC Certification Body recently.
Eleash Mridha, Managing Director of PRAN Group, disclosed the achievement through a press conference held at PRAN Centre in the capital’s Badda. BRC certificate guarantees the standardisation of quality, safety and operational criteria and ensure that manufacturers fulfil their legal obligations and provide protection for the end consumer. BRC certificate is now a fundamental requirement of manufacturers and food service organisations for exporting products to Europe and America.
Addressing the press conference, Eleash Mridha said, “Recently, two companies of the PRAN Group achieved BRC Certificate. The products under the companies include PRAN Spice, PRAN Mustard Oil, Mr Noodles and PRAN Sauce. As a result, we will easily enter European and American region to export our products.”
“PRAN always try to give its customers best products by maintaining quality in every step of manufacturing. So, this is another document on behalf of PRAN Group for those who talk about our products’ quality,” Eleash Mridha added.
He further said that PRAN is the highest exporter in the spice category from Bangladesh. We are exporting spices to more than one hundred countries. Now, we will be able to send our products to every corner of the world.
Sheikh Sajjad Hossain, Executive Director of PRAN Agro Ltd, Tanvir Hasan, Deputy General Manager of Natore Agro Ltd, Toshan Paul, Head of Marketing of Mr Noodles, and Mahamudul Hasan, Brand Manager of PRAN Spice were also present at the programme.