Membership No.

9-0723-14-000-00

Category

Associate

Sector

Supply Chain Associate

Country

Denmark

Member since

6 September 2014

Web
jacobsens-bakery.com

Jacobsens Bakery Ltd

Profile

Jacobsens Bakery Ltd. (former Intergoods Bakery Ltd.) was established in 1962 by Mr. Sigurd Jacobsen - originally as an import/export company. 1967 the company commenced export and marketing of traditional Danish Butter Cookies in tins under its own brands using domestic manufacturers to co-pack the products. The present plant was built 1984 including fully automated baking and packing line. In January 2001 the company changed its name from Intergoods Bakery Ltd. to Jacobsens Bakery Ltd as a part of a new product and branding strategy. Latest major investment was in 2013 when a rebuild of line 4 was conducted. Number of employees: 100, here of 50 as part time employees. The production is working in 3 shifts, where 40 are on the main shift. The company has one product group: Bakery, and within this category only one product, which is cookies.The production consists of 4 baking lines and 5 packing lines. The company is authorized by the Danish food Authorities under the number 7590, and has 3 annual visits. The company is placed in the outskirts of Hedensted in Jutland, in an area where other industrial companies are placed. None of the neighbors are polluting or in any other way a risk to the products produced at Jacobsens Bakery Jacobsens Bakery has also a BRC certification

ACOP Report Submissions


ACOP PERIOD FILE NAME FILE SIZE
2016 jacobsens bakery ltd-ACOP2016.pdf 25.9 KB
2015 jacobsens bakery ltd-ACOP2015.pdf 11.0 KB

Supply Chain Certification

APPROVAL DATE EXPIRY DATE SUPPLY OPTION LOCATION CERTIFIED UNIT/FACILITY CERTIFICATE
15 Dec 2014 14 Dec 2019 MB Denmark Jacobsens Bakery LTD A/S, Nilanvej 1, DK-8722 Hedensted Jacobsens_Bakery_C…

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

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    Information and internal training
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    We use RSPO certified palm oil only
  • Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
    We use RSPO certified palm oil only
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