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Bell Flavors obtains SQF 7.2 level 3 certification

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Bell Flavors obtains SQF 7.2 level 3 certification

January 15
09:50 2016
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fruitBell Flavors & Fragrances announce the recertification of the Safe Quality Food (SQF) 7.2 Level 3 for thier manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters in Northbrook, IL. Bell continue to meet industry standards and a more stringent scoring system, including an unannounced visit.

Bell Flavors & Fragrances recertification confirms that employees were well trained, retained information, and communicated well during employee interviews, which was a significant component of the audit.

Thomas G. Fortman, Vice President of Manufacturing at Bell Flqors & Fragrances, said “Our brand
has always stood for safety and high quality. Bell’s succe:Eful attainment of the SQF Level 3
Certification with an excellent rating reinforces the quality provided to our customers globally since
1912. We are committed to Safe Quality Food products and we will strive to continuously improve our
products and operations. The hard work and dedication of all our employees is evident in our safe and
high quality products.”

John Washburn, Director of Quality Systems at Bell states, “For five years straight, Bell Northbrook has achieved certification as SQF 7.2 Level 3, with their highest rating of ‘Excellent’. We have sustained a solid program to keep pace with the continued growth of our customer base and increased
manufacturing capacity. In 2016 SQF releases a revised, tougher, standard and we look forward to
meeting this new challenge.”

Bell Flavors and Fragrances is a family owned company headquartered in Northbrook, Il. Bell has been in the flavors and fragrance industry since 1912 and includes a total of seven international manufacturing locations as well as 14 international sales offices.

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