Because of the limited options that people with Coeliac disease, anaphylaxis and other dietary intolerances have, we aim to create Well and Good products that are suitable to a wide range of people with various allergies, intolerances and cultural and ethical beliefs. This page outlines our various credentials and certifications.
By displaying the Coeliac Australia Endorsement Logo on the front of our retail packaging we help our customers shop gluten free with confidence. We support the coeliac society in their ongoing research and early detection of coeliac disease.
For food service customers Coeliac Australia Endorsement is further assurance that we wholly comply with the rigours criteria set by the coeliac society of Australia; which includes methodical laboratory testing of all products to have no detectable gluten, as per the FSANZ guidelines for gluten free.
We open ourselves to random and annual audit testing, and as a company we have taken further precautions, and test every batch for gluten, dairy and peanuts. Find out more about the Coeliac endorsement program.
Safe Quality Food standard, SQF is a globally recognised, credible food safety management system.
The Safe Quality Food Institute Mission: To deliver consistent, globally recognized food safety and quality certification programs based on sound scientific principles, consistently applied across all industry sectors, and valued by all stakeholders.
SQF is the single most trusted source for global food safety and quality certification. Well and Good industry partners can be assured that we have in place a systems of check and balances that delivers the best quality products.
Visit SQF to find out more
All of our ingredients are vegetable based; hence we are easily certified under Halal at a nominal cost.
For a product to be Halal, it must be free from animals such as pigs, dogs and carnivorous animals; it must not be manufactured using utensils, equipment and/or machinery that has been cleaned with alcohol;
Many foods and drinks, particularly those that do not contain meat or alcohol, are inherently compliant with Halal criteria. Official Halal certification is granted by accredited religious authorities such as The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils. To find out more about Halal visit Australian Food and Grocery Council website.
Kosher is comprehensive certification program which audits finished product and the origin of each ingredient and its manufacturing and handling processes from its beginning. A Kosher certification, is only granted if a product is meets all ingredient and production criteria and has undergone a site audit.
A Kosher certification can help inform consumers of many additives or processing aids that may have otherwise been hidden in the manufacture of goods.
Due to the rigorous auditing methods and the exclusion of the majority of animal-derived ingredients, kosher products are suitable for people with diverse dietary requirements; such as vegetarians, people with allergies to shellfish and people of Jewish Faith.
Check out the kosher Australia website for more information.
(Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) is a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical, and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product.
HACCP is critical requirement within the food service sector to ensure safe, good quality products and practices throughout the food chain. To find out more about HACCP.
Department of Health & Human Services
The Department of Health & Human Services has general oversight of the administration of the Food Act 1984 (Vic).
The Act provides the regulatory framework for the food industry to ensure that food sold in Victoria is safe, suitable and correctly labelled.
Only when manufactures, retailers and consumers alike begin to demand sustainable palm, will the palm oil industry cease the rapid and escalating deforestation of natural palm forests in order to protect the fauna native to these. By encouraging the use of sustainable palm, and increasing consumer demand for plantation stock, RSPO certified sustainable Palm Oil is fast becoming a standard requirement, when producing products for supermarket shelves in Australia and around the world. To find out more about RSPO.