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Bajaj Herbals conduct a variety of inspections, audits, registrations and certifications of commodities and facilities to provide consumers with safe, high quality herbal products while maintaining fair trade practices and enhancing product marketability for the industry through it's Quality Assurance Program. Bajaj Herbals inspects and certifies the quality, weight, production practices, processing practices and/or labeling standards are used depending on the type of certification.

Bajaj Herbals quality control is the evaluation of a final product prior to its marketing, based on quality checks at the end of a production chain aiming at assigning the final product to quality categories such as "High Quality". The quality control has only a limited potential to increase the quality and efficiency of a multi-step production procedure.

Bajaj Herbals quality assurance, in contrast to quality control, is the implementation of quality checks and procedures to immediately correct any failure and mistake that is able to reduce the quality of the interim products at every production step. Thus, the desired high quality of the final product is planned and obtained by conducting Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) that guarantee the desired quality of the interim products at every production step.

Bajaj Herbals approach to long-term success through customer satisfaction, based on the participation of all members of an organization (suppliers included) in improving processes, products, services and the working culture is called: Total Quality Management (TQM).

Bajaj Herbals implement the QA/QC plan, to the standards and guidelines published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the ISO 9000 series and strict GMP regulations (certified by QAR).

Bajaj Herbals is also HACCP certified. The internationally recognized Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system to help assure safe production and prevention. The avoidance of food safety problems along the food production chain, where possible hazards may occur, and then to strictly monitor these points to make sure the process is in control.

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