Big party at Bertyn’s! On 27 January, we received the IFS Food certificate. The virtually flawless managing of the control points, the extraordinary involvement and sublime preparation by the colleagues provided a spectacular score of no less than 99.22%.
IFS stands for International Featured Standards. The IFS Food certification is a standard in the field of food safety. Within the IFS, four “knockout criteria” are used. If one of these criteria is not met, the supplier is automatically not certified. The criteria are:
Bertyn scored excellently on the above points!
In order to retain the IFS Food certificate, a new audit will take place every year. This is an extra motivation for us to keep on setting high standards!
Organic seitan from Bertyn is easy to use in vegetarian dishes. In classic dishes you can use seitan as a meat substitute. A meat substitute without cholesterol, with more protein than meat or fish and low in fat. Ideal on your veggie day. On this website you will find a lot of recipes for seitan.view our recipes
Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 30 minutes | Preparation time: 50 minutes | Total preparation: 80 minutes |Type: Main dish, PastaView recipe
Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 30 minutes | Total preparation: 30 minutes |Type: Main dish, Meat substituteView recipe
Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Total preparation: 40 minutes |Type: Main dish, PastaView recipe
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“I often use seitan when I dice it so that it resembles diced meet. Dishes such as ´Seitan Stroganoff´ and ´Züri Seitan-Geschnätzi´ all gain from the firm texture and from the slightly sweet taste of the seitan”
“The soya sauce has a very distinct taste, in which the product is mostly offered already marinated. To me this taste forms a harmonious combination with other ingredients. I rinse the seitan well before using it, so that the aroma does not dominate and I add salt sparingly”