GFSI SQF Certificate
Our certification is a result of our commitment to provide assurance that not only are you receiving the highest quality foodservice disposable products from McNairn Packaging, but that you are receiving them from a supplier that is committed to the safe manufacturing and handling of all products.
Since 1882, McNairn Packaging has prided itself on manufacturing only the highest quality, responsibly and ethically sourced foodservice disposable products for retailers, distributors, restaurants, retailers, and consumers; and we now have the distinction of being certified with the internationally recognized GSFI protocol.
McNairn Packaging has acheived Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) chain of custody certification in our quest to satisfy our goal of producing packaging from well-managed forests for our customers. Chain of Custody links the certified forest to end user products and tracks the path of the raw materials from the forest to the consumer through all the stages of processing. The FSC certification is a promise that the product comes from well-managed forests and we are audited to ensure compliance.
More information can be found at www.fsc.org
McNairn Packaging is proud to display our Kosher Certificate for your review.
McNairn Packaging reinforces its commitment to offering sustainable products with the award of its most recent product certification from BPI (Biodegradable Products Institute). The Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) is a professional association of key individuals and groups from government, industry and academia, which promotes the use and recycling of compostable materials via composting in large scale facilities.
McNairn Packaging’s offering includes select bags and wraps from the following:
- Bleached Grease Resistant maximum 19# basis weight (formula 072409-A)
- Natural Dry Wax maximum 24# basis weight (formula 072409-B)
- Bleached Dry Wax maximum 21# basis weight (formula 072409-C)
BPI labeled products are intended to be composted in a municipal or commercial facility. Check with local officials to determine if a program exists in your community.