Feed to food quality and safety - Nutrace

How we work with transparency and trust

For us in Skretting, it's essential to increase the transparency and traceability of food production along the supply chain. Our feed to food quality and safety system ensures that our customers and end consumers can have full confidence with regard to our feeds. Combining the latest technology and science with the dedication of our staff to produce the highest quality feed, we do our utmost to ensure that our business operations adhere to our own strict environmental guidelines. 

Ensuring food quality and safety - Nutrace

Nutrace® is Skretting’s unique company-wide management program that ensures feed-to-food quality and safety. Nutrace is continuously evolving to ensure that all potential risks associated with Skretting’s fish and shrimp feed production are minimised, and that any irregularities are found quickly and acted on. This unique concept allows our customers and end-consumers to have full confidence in Skretting as a transparent and trustworthy partner.

All internal operations are audited and all suppliers undergo a comprehensive evaluation and approval process to ensure premium-quality, renewable and responsibly managed resources. We conduct robust analyses and have full traceability of all approved raw materials - at delivery, throughout the formulation process, and up to the point of feed delivery.

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Certifications and standards

About the certifications and standards


Skretting’s company-wide management programme that ensures feed-to-food quality and safety. All Skretting companies shall adhere to these standards.


Independent NGO working to bring together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market relevant International standards supporting innovation and providing solutions to global challenges.


Work with trained inspectors and auditors working for accredited certification bodies to perform independent third-party producer audits and issue certificates.


Work with scientists, conservation groups, NGOs, aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies and consumers to recognise and reward responsible aquaculture.


Trusted third-party aquaculture certification program. Work with improving the environmental, social and economic performance of the aquaculture supply chain and growing the global supply of responsibly farmed seafood.


Standards with holistic approach, sustainable management, nature conservation and climate protection in actual practice, preserving and maintaining the soil, air and water, as well as consumer protection.


The primary reason for Halal Certification is to serve the national and international Muslim communities in meeting their religious compliance.


Management system where 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.

Label Rouge

Sign of quality assurance in France as defined by Law No. 2006-11. Products eligible for the Label Rouge are food items and non-food and unprocessed agricultural products such as flowers.


Regulations requiring a quality approach to manufacturing, enabling companies to minimise or eliminate instances of contamination, mixups, and errors.


OHSAS 1800:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management Certification is an international standard providing a framework to identify, control and decrease the risks associated with health and safety within the workplace.


Independent certification & training body established to help organisations achieve excellence and world class competitiveness through the application of various International Standards.


Comprehensive feed safety management and certification program developed by ANAC for the Canadian feed industry in 1999.


The SFMCA operates FeedSafe® as the Quality Assurance Accreditation Program for the Australian stock feed industry.

EU Organic regulations

The EU organic regulations lay down detailed rules on organic production and labelling of organic products