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1. What is the 7 step programme?

The 7 step programme ensures full transparency on how we produce our products. Everything we do is based on making sure that your food is safe to eat, which is why we source only the best when it comes to quality and hygiene standards.

2. Is it safe to give to my kids?

Yes, our products can be enjoyed by the whole family. Consumers are at the heart of everything we do, and we produce products of the highest quality and safety standards that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

3. Are there any additional measures that Enterprise Foods have taken to ensure food safety?

All Enterprise Food facilities have undergone intense auditing and evaluation conducted by local and international food safety experts. Recommendations for improvements to further bolster the already rigorous food safety standards have been implemented by the company to ensure that all its facilities operate at world-class standards.

All staff have also undergone rigorous retraining to ensure that health, safety and quality standards are meticulously adhered to. Our products are manufactured using only the strictest quality and safety protocols, to ensure that you have the best Enterprise Foods experience.

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4. What products are now available?

Tiger Brands confirms that ready-to-cook products, such as bacon and frozen sausages and ready-to-eat chilled processed meat products (polony and viennas) are now available following the opening of its Enterprise Foods factories.

5. When is polony back on shelf?

The factory where polony is produced is already open and products can be found on shelf at your large retailers.

6. What products are made at the Polokwane factory?

Most of our range of ready-to-eat, chilled processed meats are made at the Polokwane factory, including polony and viennas.

7. Were your tinned foods affected?

No, our tinned foods have not been affected. The canning process for tinned food sterilises the product within the can.