Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, or HACCP is a systematic preventive approach to food safety from biological, chemical, and physical hazards in production processes that can cause the finished product to be unsafe and designs measures to reduce these risks to a safe level.
In this manner, HACCP attempts to avoid hazards rather than attempting to inspect finished products for the effects of those hazards.

We are HACCP certified by the Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS) since March 2018.

Since 2005, T & T International Foods has been certified ISO9001 by the Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS) and accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Services (UKAS). New certificate ISO 9001:2015 from 16 July 2017 to 09 July 2020, whereby several audits shall be performed every year to ensure that we are in accordance with an agreed set of rules and procedures as required by the Food Act and International Standards.

The Superbrands organization is an independent arbiter on branding, which aims at giving customers an insight into the significant brands that touched their lives.

When you talk to any Mauritian about noodles using the local lexicon min, another word automatically comes to the mind to add up with this very word: Apollo. While the name Apollo for any non-Mauritian would definitely direct his mind to the famous American space shuttle, contrarily for Mauritians, Apollo would conjure up the most famous noodle brand of Mauritius. Apollo noodles have become a household name since several decades, carrying the legacy of a family of Chinese origin. It is even reckoned today that Apollo noodles have contributed significantly in the local cuisine with their different flavors and recipes.


A carbon footprint is the measure of the environmental impact of a particular individual or organization’s lifestyle or operation, measured in units of carbon dioxide.

A carbon footprint is composed of two parts, a primary and secondary footprint. The primary footprint is the sum of the direct carbon dioxide emissions of burning of fossil fuels, such as domestic energy consumption by furnaces and water heaters, and transportation, such as automobiles and airplane travel. The secondary footprint is the sum of indirect emissions associated with the manufacture and breakdown of all products, services and food an individual or business consumes.

We operate in buildings of a total surface area of 5,500 square metres, and endeavor to find ways to minimize the industrial impact of our operations on our environment. Every year we monitor our blue carbon emission ratios with respect to our energy consumption and productivity. As such, we are able to take appropriate measures for the reduction of our heavy fuel oil consumption and improvement of our energy efficiency using green technology.