Hausbrandt Trieste 1892 S.p.A. views the Integrated Quality and Environmental Management System it has implemented as an essential, strategic tool. By employing harmonious production processes and following clear guidelines, the company retains expertise and knowledge that foster the continued pursuit of excellence, while protecting and preserving historic and environmental heritage.


ISO 9001

An internationally recognized Quality Management standard for companies, it aims to:
– increase the efficiency of internal processes;
– continually improve performance, enabling the certified company to assure its customers that the quality of its products and services will be maintained and improved over time.


ISO 14001

An environmental management standard, it establishes system requirements that enable the certified company to understand its own environmental aspects, with the objective of limiting the environmental impact of its processes and ensuring their environmental sustainability.


ISO 22000

A voluntary standard, it certifies food safety management systems. By applying the provisions of the FAO/OMS Codex Alimentarius, it emphasizes hazard analysis, making it an important tool in the company’s food safety policy.



Halal certification is provided for food prepared in a manner that meets Muslim law. This guarantee ensures consumers that the products and their ingredients have undergone natural procedures and treatments and that Halal standards of quality have been followed in all processing steps.



It is aimed at consumers of Jewish religion, guaranteeing that the food product has been prepared with ingredients and procedures that comply with Jewish dietary rules.
Kosher certified products are particularly appreciated because every single raw material and every single step of the production process is accurately controlled.




Hausbrandt meets BRC and IFS Food standards. Both of these food safety standards are recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). This is an international initiative whose primary purpose is to strengthen and promote food safety along the entire supply chain and to identify the specific elements of a management system that focuses on product quality and safety, particularly health and hygiene, using HACCP methodology as a reference for planning and implementation.



Organic production is a global agri-food management and production system based on the interaction between the best environmental practices, a high level of biodiversity, the protection of natural resources, and a production that meets the preferences of certain consumers for products obtained using natural substances and processes. The organic production method performs therefore a double social function: it provides, on the one hand, a specific market that responds to consumer demand for organic products and, on the other hand, public goods that contribute to environmental protection, animal welfare and rural development.