Royal Cliff Receives ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Certification
Pattaya, Thailand – Royal Cliff Hotels Group has recently been certified with the Food Safety Management certificate which is issued in conjunction with ISO 22000 accredited by the British Standard Institute. Royal Cliff has also implemented good manufacturing practice and a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) system according to the Codex Recommended International Code of Practice – General Principles of Food Hygiene demonstrating its commitment to achieving high quality standards on an international level.
ISO 22000 sets out the requirements for a food safety management system. It maps out what an organization or a company needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe at the time of human consumption. The accreditation makes Royal Cliff Hotels Group a Food Security Management System audited and certified organization and is one of only a few hotel properties in Thailand to have received this prestigious certification.
Situated on a 64 acre private parkland estate overlooking the stunning Gulf of Thailand, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group has been honored with multiple awards and recognition from organizations of national and international repute such as TripAdvisor’s and Travel Trade Gazette’s (TTG) Hall of Fame awards. It is home to four award winning 5-star hotels offering a sensory experience defined profoundly by its style, culture and elegance - all presented with the distinctive spirit of the State of Exclusivity and Fascination.
Photo Caption: Mrs. Panga Vathanakul, Managing Director (front row -3rd from right), Mr. Vathanai Vathanakul, Vice President (2nd row -2nd from right), Mr. Vitanart Vathanakul, Executive Director (2nd row -1st from right), Mr. Antonello Passa, General Manager (front row – 1st from left) and Chef Walter Thenisch, Executive Chef (center) together with Royal Cliff’s Food & Beverage and Culinary team receiving the ISO 22000 Accreditation from the British Standard Institute.