Our certifications


All the Salins Group's production sites are ISO 9001 certified.

The ISO 9001 standard defines the requirements for a quality management system for organizations wishing to continuously improve customer satisfaction and produce compliant products and services.

Hazardous food products can have serious consequences. ISO food safety management standards help organizations to identify and control risks to food safety. They also have the advantage of being articulated with other ISO management standards, notably ISO 9001. Applicable to all types of producers, ISO 22000 helps to reassure those involved in the global food supply chain, delivering reliable food to consumers.


FSSC 22000 certification for Dax and Varangéville

GFSI-recognized FSSC 22000 certification, based on ISO 22000, combines the mutual requirements of distributors and manufacturers in terms of food safety. The combined FSSC 22000 / ISO 9001 certification covers all distributor requirements.

The main aim of FSSC 22000 certification is to guarantee food safety by defining, assessing and controlling the risks and hazards associated with processing, manufacturing, packaging, storing, transporting, distributing, handling, selling or making available in any segment of the food chain.



IFS certification at Aigues-Mortes and Bourdic Batz sur Mer

IFS certifies private label food suppliers. It is based on ISO 9001 and the HACCP system. It is similar to ISO 22000, which deals with food safety management.

This certification verifies the conformity of companies' activities in the food processing or packaging sector. It enables participating organizations to guarantee the production of healthy, safe products for marketing.

IFS Food certification verifies the conformity of companies' activities in the food processing or packaging of bare products sector, as well as their ability to guarantee the production of safe, wholesome products for marketing.


Le Saunier de Camargue salt can be used in organic farming and has been verified by Ecocert: https://ap.ecocert.com/intrants/fournisseur.php?id=21



Attestations Allergen-free, GMO-free, Ionization-free

Please note that the origin of the salt is the evaporation of saturated brines from the concentration of seawater or the dissolution of rock salt. Consequently, our manufacturing processes exclude any use of products likely to cause allergens* (see the pdf of the list of allergens: Attestation Absence of Allergens Cross-contamination). 

Similarly, none of the additives we use in our products contain allergens. The risk of direct or cross-contamination of our products by one or more of these allergens is nil.

Our manufacturing processes also exclude any use of products likely to contain genetically modified organisms. Similarly, none of the additives we use for our salts contain GMOs (see GMO-free certificate).

Finally, we declare under our sole responsibility that, due to their manufacturing process and origin, none of our food salts are ionized during the manufacturing process, nor do they contain ionized ingredients. (cf Attestation Absence of Ionization)


Reach certification

REACH is a European regulation (Regulation n°1907/2006) which came into force in 2007 to secure the manufacture and use of chemical substances in European industry.

What is REACH, and what are its objectives?

To protect the environment and human health from the potential risks posed by chemical substances;
Provide identical, transparent information on the nature and risks of substances, on their own or in a mixture, from suppliers to end-users;
Safe handling of chemical substances by employees;
Improve the competitiveness of industry, particularly the chemical industry, which is a key sector of the European economy.