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In 2000, the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) was founded with the goal of continuous improvement in food safety management systems to ensure the delivery of safe food to consumers. Today, most major retailers require their suppliers to be certified to a GFSI benchmarked standard. This has sparked an influx of suppliers seeking GFSI certification, which cascaded down the supply chain to include the food storage and distribution sector. Today, forward-thinking food storage and distribution companies are undertaking GFSI certification to help ensure food safety and brand protection as well as to secure new business opportunities for customers specifying GFSI-certified supply chain partners. Due to the complex challenges in today’s food supply chain, many of the world's largest food retailers are mandating certification to Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) schemes at all levels of the supply chain.



Listings With GFSI Certification in Food & Beverage


Seacore Seafood, Inc.

Distributor/Wholesaler

Seacore Seafood Inc. was established in 1987 in a 7,000 sq. ft. facility. The company has grown since its early days and is now located in a 75,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility to service its present clientele and to facilitate the growth of its other companies: OceanPrime, Fisherman’s Depot and Seafood Depot. Seacore Seafood is a wholesaler of quality fresh and frozen seafood products. The wide variety of products consist of crab legs from Alaska to ASC

81 Aviva Park Drive
Vaughan, Ontario
Canada L4L9C1
(905) 856-6222

Additional Listing Categories: Seafood