MSM Milling operates a HACCP and GMP Food Safety Management System, which is independently certified by BSI. Continuous improvement and adherence to this certified food safety management system ensures that MSM Milling operates under world best practice.
MSM Milling has also gained independent accreditation with all customers who run their own audit programs. MSM Milling products are also HALAL and Kosher approved.
All auzure and MSM Milling branded oil is produced in compliance with the Non-GMO Project Standard. The Non-GMO Project is committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products and providing consumers with certified non-GMO choices, to ensure that everyone is aware of what is in their food. Read more →
MSM Milling is also an Australian Certified Operation and NASAA Certified Organic Licensee, and as such can source 100% Certified Organic Canola Oil for customers.
MSM Milling is a member of GrainTrade Australia, Australian Oilseeds Federation and is an Accredited Feed Supplier with the Stockfeed Manufacturers’ Council of Australia.
The Australian Government's Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has registered MSM Milling as an Export Registered Establishment.
MSM Milling's auzure Canola, Vegetable, Omega 9, RBD Canola and High-Oleic Oils, as well as MSM Milling's Expeller Pressed Canola Meal, are Certified Palm Oil Free by the Palm Oil Free Certification Accreditation Programme (POFCAP).
MSM Milling's Non-GM Canola Oil
MSM Milling is proud to produce 100% Australian Canola Oil that is Non-GMO Project Verified.
What is a Genetically Modified Organism?
The Non-GMO Project classifies a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) as:
"A plant, animal, microorganism or other organism whose genetic makeup has been modified in a laboratory using genetic engineering or transgenic technology. This creates combinations of plant, animal, bacterial and virus genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding methods. Genetic modification affects many of the products we consume on a daily basis."
GMO herbicide-tolerant canola has been commercially grown in NSW and Victoria since 2008. It is becoming increasingly difficult for consumers to tell if the products they choose to buy and eat have been genetically modified. MSM Milling believes in truth in labelling and that consumers have the right to know the origins of their food.
MSM Milling has received numerous business excellence awards including The 2009 Premiers NSW Regional Exporter Award and The 2011 Premiers NSW Exporter to Asia Award. MSM Milling was a finalist in the 2016 AustCham Westpac Australia-China Business Awards in the categories of Business Excellence in Agriculture, Food and Beverage as well as Sustainability and Social Impact.
MSM Milling was also a national finalist at the 47th Australian Export Awards in 2009 and a state finalist at the NSW Export Awards in 2017.