Our Achievements

Proctor & Allan has continually emphasised the need and importance for maintaining high quality standards, consistency in production and traceability throughout the manufacturing process. As a result, we have attained certification for two world recognised Management Systems: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System and ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety Management System.

These systems are maintained through regular internal audits while external audits are conducted by Bureau Veritas.

Attaining of ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety Certification

ISO 22000 international standard certification was the culmination of Proctor & Allan’s efforts to ensure quality and safety as we serve our market and is coupled with previous attainments of two other World recognized Management Systems:

  • Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HAACP) in 2002
  • ISO 9002 and ISO 9001 certification

ISO 9002:1994 Quality Management System having been attained on September 2001 and upgraded to ISO 9001:2008 on 28th January 2011 and now ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety Management System on October 2012.
These Quality and Food Safety Management systems are verified and maintained through regular internal audits while external audits are conducted by Bureau Veritas

ISO Cetificates

New Product and Business Improvement

Proctor & Allan set up a department dedicated to product research and development with the aim of ensuring that our business and products remain relevant with the ever-changing dynamism of trend new products who have now worked on introduction of new products and Product improvements.

Over the last couple of months, we have given all our products a new lease of life by improving their look and feel.

Proctor & Allan branding

Proctor and Allan (EA) Ltd was incorporated in April 1999 after the acquisition of Proctor & Allan Ltd from Unga Group Ltd, by a group of investors and The Acacia Fund.

Proctor & Allan Ltd has been in operation since the 1950’s. In 2011, the journey of re-branding started by defining the core reason for Proctor & Allan existence. It was important to define our primary and secondary target market, their demographics to use in order to reach every one of them.

It is during this exercises that we made a promise to our target market that we would be their ‘home of healthier foods’.
All this led to the culmination of our current branding and packaging.

Process Improvement

Our core value is continuous improvements and shareholders and the board of directors are committed to ensuring this value is achieved. In this regard, Proctor & Allan improves the manufacturing processes as one of the key focus areas.

This includes installation of new equipment that would deliver this e.g. additional metal detectors, a new boiler, improved grain cleaning process etc.