Certified food packaging safety standards

We’re an important component of your food packaging supply chain. That means we take food sanitary practices as seriously as you do.

All personnel in each facility (including visitors) follow stringent hygiene policies, procedures, and protocols to reduce the risk of product contamination. Our team focuses on the Big 5 of food safety practices: Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Traffic Patterns, Infrastructure, Equipment Design, and Sanitation.

We monitor our environment monthly for pathogens, including production and storage areas and all equipment. We also perform 120 Internal Food Safety Observations (FSO's) monthly. Systems can also perform roll-to-roll traceability. Specific food safety certifications include SQF Level 3, SQF Level 2, AIB Superior Ratings, and Interstate Milk Shippers (IMS) approved.


SQF Level 3

  • Transcontinental Capri (Clinton, Missouri)
  • Transcontinental Menasha (Menasha, Wisconsin)
  • Transcontinental Battle Creek (Battle Creek, Michigan)
  • Transcontinental Tulsa (Catoosa, Oklahoma)
  • Transcontinental Tomah (Tomah, Wisconsin)


SQF Level 2

  • Transcontinental Ultra Flex (Brooklyn, New York)
  • Transcontinental Albany (Albany, Georgia)
  • Transcontinental Griffin (Griffin, Georgia)
  • Transcontinental Spartanburg (Spartanburg, South Carolina)


AIB Certification


BRC “AA” Grade Packaging Certified


FSSC2200 Certified

  • Transcontinental Multifilm (Elgin, Illinois)


SFI Forestry Initiative Certified

  • Transcontinental Spartanburg (Spartanburg, South Carolina)


ISO 9001

  • Transcontinental Battle Creek (Battle Creek, Michigan )
  • Transcontinental Spartanburg (Spartanburg, South Carolina)
  • Transcontinental Ecuador (Guayaquil, Ecuador)
  • Transcontinental Mexico (San Luis Potosi, Mexico)

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