Certifications

Naya is known for its hard work to produce a high quality natural spring water and for giving back to the community. We are proud of the certifications obtained over the years!

Naya is not only known for its hard work to produce a high quality natural spring water, but also for giving back to the community. We are very proud of the certifications obtained over the years!

 

Aliments du Québec: This local certification confirms our product is made in Quebec. Our natural spring water is drawed and bottled at the source in Mirabel, at the foot of the Laurentian Mountains and we could not be prouder!

 

ISO14001 2004: This international environment standard provides a framework to help organizations better manage its activities and reduce its environmental impact. Naya has a responsibility to ensure the sustainability of our resources and to reconcile the commitment of running an organization with respecting the environment. That’s why we have an Environmental Management System (EMS) at our facilities in Mirabel.

         

FSSC22000: This internationally recognized and proven protocol, based on ISO certification, audits and certifies food security across the entire food chain. FSSC22000 is based on existing ISO22000 and ISO22003 norms and is fully recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). That’s why we have a system that combines food security with business procedures in order to better address the growing needs of our clients.

 

Othodox Union UP: Our facilities are UOJCA (Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America) certified in order to ensure that a greater number of people can enjoy Naya natural spring water. This certification is identified by a symbol on the label attesting that Naya is kosher all year long, including during Passover.

 

Entreprise Enfant Soleil: In addition to continuing to raise funds for the cause with Naya Mini, Naya solidifies its commitment to Opération Enfant Soleil by giving it an important place at the heart of its corporate philosophy. See you at the Telethon!