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Quality Assurance

Family farms form the backbone of a healthy and vibrant rural economy. At Wallenstein Feed & Supply Ltd., we strive to work with Ontario’s livestock & poultry producers with the goal of building strong, sustainable farming communities. Working together, we can produce safe, nutritious and sustainable food for Canada and the world.

Wallenstein Feed & Supply Ltd. (WFS) has always focused on producing high quality products that optimize our customer’s production efficiencies and bottom line. This is accomplished by stringent analysis of incoming ingredients, up to date ration formulations, accurate computerized batching and end product testing. All of these factors combined allow us to guarantee a consistent and precisely manufactured product.

FeedAssure™ is a comprehensive feed safety management and certification program that was developed for the Canadian feed industry by the Animal Nutrition Association of Canada (ANAC) in 1999.  

FeedAssure™ is a customized HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) program that monitors processes and critical control points thereby delivering the highest safety standards to the production of animal feed. FeedAssure™ is a systems approach to food safety with the aim of preventing physical, chemical or biological contamination of animal feed products.

The Wallenstein complete feed manufacturing site and our premix facility located in Monkton, were both HACCP accredited in 2000-2001. We continue to build on the quality programs that we have in place at both facilities every year. We recognize that the feed and premix that we manufacture is a critical component for the safe production of meat, eggs and milk for human consumption.

The members of our HACCP team include: HACCP & Quality Assurance personnel, Nutritionists, Transportation Manager, Operations Manager, General Manager, Technical Manager, Ingredient Receiver, Maintenance personnel, Pelleting Production staff, Customer Service Representative, and Site Foremen. We regularly meet to discuss new initiatives for improving feed quality and safety and to receive feedback from the employees on how production is going and any modifications that should be made.