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Micron2 is an accredited United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) Certification Body founded in 1990 that performs audits against the BRC standards throughout Europe, Asia and the United States.
The origins of the BRC can be found in two sets of discussions that took place in 1995.
Achieving certification against the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety assures customers that they are dealing with a company that reaches high levels of competence in all critical areas.
Last year, the BRC found the proportion of property leases on monthly terms had risen from 3% to 12% over the previous two years.
The drama, turmoil, resilience and triumphs of its larger-than-life political figures present a wonderful story-telling opportunity in which visitors can emotionally connect to their history and heritage," said Carmel Lewis, Vice President of Cultural Experiences for BRC Imagination Arts.
The warning from the BRC was made after last week's Queen's Speech, and claimed that for the first time in almost 20 years local authorities will be given the power to raise revenue directly from businesses.
Specifically, the BRC standard ensures against poor handling, careless stock control and temperature abuse.
The BRC said many retailers were resorting to discounts and sales days to attract customers.
VA reported that the average length of time a veteran waited to be admitted to a BRC increased from 168 to 210 days from fiscal years 1999 through 2003.
He joins the BRC from Safeway Stores where he had been director of communications since 1995.
Ethics counsel shall prepare and distribute to the BRC a file on each matter for review.
The BRC said there was an overall decrease in the price of food items and a significant decrease in the price of fruit.