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1. WHO-GMP Certified: This certification indicates compliance with the World Health Organization's Good Manufacturing Practices, ensuring products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards.


2. Dut. Ltd.: Typically refers to a private company designation, indicating a limited liability structure for its members.


3. Food & Drug Manufacturing License: A mandatory license for manufacturing food and pharmaceutical products, ensuring adherence to safety and quality regulations.


4. FSSAI (The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India): This certification ensures that food products comply with the standards set by the Authority for safety and hygiene.


5. HALAL: Certification that the product meets Islamic dietary laws, ensuring it is permissible for consumption by Muslims.


6. KOSHER: This certification confirms that the product adheres to the dietary requirements of traditional Jewish law.


7. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice): A system for ensuring products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards, focusing on pharmaceuticals and food products.


8. ISO 9001:2015: An international standard that specifies criteria for a quality management system, demonstrating the ability to consistently provide products and services meeting customer and regulatory requirements.


9. SMETA (Social Audit): An audit procedure that assesses a company's performance in areas like labor rights, health and safety, the environment, and business ethics.


10. FSSC 22000: A food safety certification scheme, recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), ensuring a company's food safety and quality management system complies with international standards.

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