Certification

A credible fresh produce company

Rush Group only supplies fresh produce that meets and often surpasses the standards set by the various global accreditation schemes that apply to every crop in which they are involved.

GLOBALGAP and Soil Association

Rush is committed to both GLOBALGAP’s and the Soil Association’s aims of improving and maintaining worldwide standards in agricultural practice. Rush is particularly proud that their own agricultural production in Portugal has now been awarded a GlobalGap certificate. View Certificate

Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Rating

Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) is the world’s leading source of business information and insight for credit risk management, sales & marketing, supply management and regulatory compliance decisions worldwide.

Rush Group has been rated highly by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Worldwide Network, giving all companies that deal with Rush Group the confidence that they are working with a financially stable company. Rush Group also provides valuable information to Dun & Bradstreet based on its customers’ payment habits. View Certificate

Bio Certification

Rush Group is certified to handle organic produce worldwide. This certification is issued by the Soil Association. View Certificate

IFS Certification

Rush Group is one of a few companies in the United Kingdom to be awarded IFS Broker  (International Feature Standards) certification. This highly regarded certification covers sweet potatoes and butternut squash, and gives the Group’s customers a level of safety and confidence that the appropriate checks, regulations and traceability have been adhered to throughout the supply chain. View Certificate

Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking

Rush Group Limited recognises the possibility of human trafficking and modern slavery in the industry we work in. We understand that some sectors are more susceptible than others. Nevertheless, as a business, we are committed to preventing human trafficking and acts of slavery in our business and supply chains. As a company, we request our suppliers and growers respect the rules of human trafficking and acts of slavery.