Wiffens opened in new state of the art premises at Fyshwick in June 2010. The store is specifically designed to ensure that all products reach the customer in the best possible condition. The store design includes coolrooms regulated at different temperatures to suit different produce and an instore ‘coolroom tunnel’. The tunnel has refrigerator motors operating during the hottest weather, combined with a misting system, which releases miniscule particles of moisture at timed intervals to keep vegetables in a moist atmosphere – just another step to sustain the life of your produce. Customers frequently comment on how well our fruit and vegetables last compared to produce from supermarkets and other alternatives; this equates to quality produce in your fridge and value for your money.
Wiffens operating programs and management activities are designed to eliminate or at least minimize any impediments to providing a superior standard of fresh fruit and vegetables. It is Wiffens policy to ensure that safe handling procedures are followed by staff at all levels or our operation.
Backing our commitment to quality is our HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point)certification. Simply, this is a documented ‘food safety management system’ that provides training to businesses who are serious about food safety which addresses both safety and quality hazards. Our premises and documentation are audited annually by NCSI to retain this certification.