Moe Leto was the first in Russia to receive an international QSCert certificate
Moe Leto mushrooms have successfully passed the certification audit of the FSSC 22000 international quality standard carried out by the Global Food Safety Initiative. This allows the group Moe Leto to remain a recognized leader not only among Russian but also European mushroom producers.
The quality of products, production safety and environmental safety are the top priorities of Moe Leto. The QSCert certificate officially confirms this approach. This is why large Federal retail chains prefer suppliers that have a GFSI certificate.
"The environmental safety certificate officially confirms that our mushrooms are completely natural, organic and grown in ecologically friendly conditions. Thanks to modern Dutch technologies, we have become the market leader. In the first year, we produced 220 tons of mushrooms, and last year the harvest increased to 8,000 tons. We bet the records due to the fact that in 2019, the first line of our greenhouse complex, which was commissioned in 2018, reached full capacity. The quality of products and production technologies complies with the best international standards. We are proud that our customers, choosing Moe Leto mushrooms are confident in the high quality of our products," said Alexey Kurbanaev, Director General of the Moe Leto group greenhouse mushroom complex.