Medusa supports the protection of marine environments by adhering to the MSC certification. Marine Stewardship Council is an independent non-profit organization that promotes sustainable fishing with the aim of preserving the marine ecosystem for future generations. MSC certified seafood products must meet 3 fundamental principles:
1) Sustainable fish stocks: Fishing must be at a level that ensures that it can continue forever and that the fish population can remain productive and healthy.
2) Minimum environmental impact: the fishing activity must be carefully managed so that other species and habitats within the ecosystem remain healthy.
3) Effective fisheries management: MSC certified fisheries must comply with relevant laws and be able to adapt to changing environmental circumstances.


The IFS standard (International Food Standard), like the BRC standard, is the result of measures focused on unified safety for quality purposes. Its purpose is to identify each manufacturing company based on its ability to provide safe products that meet legal requirements. This standard also covers food safety, as recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
The requirements established by this standard are based on quality management systems, the HACCP method and the factory environmental standard, as well as a set of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and GHP (Good Hygiene Practices). The adoption of this control system allows the company to implement and manage a management system capable of guaranteeing compliance with the quality, safety and legal constraints specific to its sector.


The BRC (British Retail Consortium) global standard for food safety was created to meet the demand for a unified quality standard. It guarantees quality standards for the products made by the processing and preparation companies of the associated products, with the aim of safeguarding food safety in all business processes. Fully complies with food safety standards recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
The standards concern the parameters that influence the quality of the product and the safety of health and hygiene. According to the HACCP method, the analysis covers the adoption of reference best practices and a documented quality management system, as well as compliance with the regulations relating to the working environment, products, processing and personnel. The certification is completed by analysing the specifications relating to raw materials, semi-finished and finished products, together with all the processes involved.

CertificationИ* ФС-НВ-4/3847

Since 2009 Medusa has been in possession of the necessary requirements for export to the Russian market certified by the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Ros-selhoznadzor.n FS-NV-8/12226