Sattvik Council of India and FHRAI Institute of Hospitality Management (FHRAI-IHM) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to offer hospitality students a course in ‘Sattvik Lead Auditor Program’.
The MoU was signed between Gurbaxish Singh Kohli, Vice-President of Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI), and Abhishek Biswas, Founder of Sattvik Council of India.
The course is a comprehensive three-week training programme for students and professionals interested in pursuing a career in the rapidly growing vegetarian certification vertical. It will be particularly beneficial for those students who choose to pursue a degree in vegetarian specialisation.
The programme aims to provide students with the required knowledge and skills to plan and conduct internal and external audits in accordance with Sattvik management systems in various industries.
“We are pleased to inform FHRAI-IHM will now be offering another value-add to students’ academics through the latest collaboration with the Sattvik Council of India. The course will be process-driven approach to Sattvik management systems and auditing prominent industries within the Sattvik umbrella. We applaud SCI for crafting such a well-designed programme and urge hospitality students and professionals especially; those who are pursuing a degree in vegetarian specialisation to consider enrolling for this course,” says Gurbaxish Singh Kohli.
Sattvik Council of India is the “world’s first vegetarian” food safety and regulatory compliance for vegetarian and allied adherents. It came up with an ideology to take initiative and create a Food Safety Environment especially for the vegetarian’s consumers of India and global markets by creating SOPs in all applicable areas potential for guaranteeing 100% Vegetarian environment and further transforming Sattvik Certification into education and training of the personnel for establishing a robust food safety and quality system.
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Sattvik India has designed the standards that standardize claims and defines vegetarianism in the most robust and credible way that it sets out the highest standards to ensure vegetarian consumers have confidence and is awarded transparency and authenticity that is currently demanded by the market.