Whether you run a cloud kitchen, a restaurant, a bar, or any other food-related startup. Obtaining your legal licences and compliances causes you stress, but we want to take care of the problem for you. Our mission is ‘Ab Hoga India ka har Business Certified.’ Take advantage of this offer right away.
Dear Business Builder,
Nearly all of the numerous causes of early failure in Indian startups are connected to innovation and leadership, including faulty business models, bad planning, inaccurate customer insights, a dearth of original ideas, a lack of focus, agility, and technological capability, in addition to leadership flaws.
According to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), 1.67 lakh companies were registered in India during the fiscal year 2021-22 (April-March), but only 871 of those businesses are ISO certified, according to another report. As we can see, businesses are unaware of the significance of certifications and licences for business growth.
We at Lunis Associates attempted to bridge the gap between getting your business certified and meeting all necessary compliances so you can focus on high-yield tasks that generate revenue for your company, such as sales, customer service, and customer acquisition.
Having a licence can benefit your food business legally, increase reputation, ensure food safety, increase consumer awareness, and help with business growth. Additionally, it aids in the regulation of import food manufacturing, storage, distribution, and sales. When an FBO has an FSSAI licence, it is simple to raise money from investors.
The FSSAI logo on food products assures consumers of the food’s quality. The FSSAI registration number visible on the food premises denotes that the facility complies with the required requirements for cleanliness and quality.
Putting in place an efficient and reliable ISO 9001 Quality Management System (QMS) will enable you to concentrate on the key aspects of your company’s operations and increase productivity. Your company will have a solid basis thanks to the management procedures you’ve put in place, which will boost output and profit. This will enhance your customer acquisition and retention as a result.
When considering suppliers, some of your customers will want a current ISO 9001 certificate while others will consider it a “good to have.” It gives your clients the assurance that you adhere to the standards and practises necessary to deliver them with high-quality customer service.
You may show customers and other stakeholders your dedication to food safety by becoming ISO 22000 certified. Additionally, you will implement internationally recognised food safety management procedures in your company, strengthening your risk management safeguards and enhancing accountability and transparency. This will improve the reputation of your brand, giving you a competitive edge and assisting you in gaining new business.