It is a nonprofit organization made up of producers, packers and their organizations that aids the federal government in making Mexican agricultural products more competitive through outreach, training, consulting and certifying as well as through the domestic and international promotion of the México Calidad Suprema Certification Seal.

The México Calidad Suprema Certification Seal is owned by the Ministry of the Economy and SAGARPA. It is achieved after going through the México Calidad Suprema certification process, which, in a clear and up-to-date manner, ensures that a product was made in compliance with Official Mexican Standards (NOM), Mexican Standards (NMX) and International standards for quality, safety and health.

If producers or packers want to display the México Calidad Suprema Certification Seal on a product, they need to adhere to the requirements of SENASICA’s Pollution Risk Reduction System – the specifications of which can be found on our specifications web page.

Yes, just like MéxicoG.A.P.® and SQF, we can cover up to 50 percent of the cost of the audit.

  • Differentiation of your product
  • The presence of your product in fairs, forums, events and trade missions
  • National and international promotion of your product.
  • Recognition by authorities and international organizations
  • The production of important documents, such as standard operating procedures, manuals, logs, work plans, and training and supervision programs, which will help you better monitor and improve the efficiency of your production or packaging process.

An accredited certification agency that, in turn, must go through an accreditation process for each of México Calidad Suprema’s product standards.

No, we have no specifications for these sorts of products at this time

You must request an audit from an accredited agency to evaluate your conformity to our specifications. Each agency has its own price, which is a hallmark of the virtues of México Calidad Suprema – promoting competition between domestic and foreign agencies to reduce costs and improve services.

Avocado, mango, table grapes, Persian lime, Mexican lemon, pineapple, apple, prickly pear, watermelon, Cavedish banana, Dominican banana, garlic, eggplant, tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, lettuce, celery, chile poblano pepper, serrano pepper, jalapeño, corn, cactus, tuna, beef, pork, honey, tilapia, shrimp, milk, safflower oil, orange, onion, and rainbow trout.

We do not have this information. However, we do know that you will make a larger profit, because consumers worldwide are demanding food that is certified for health, safety and quality. The certification seal will solidify your position in your current market and will open doors into others.

Yes, the financial support for the audit is available to producers in any agricultural sector.



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