If you work in the food industry, you know the importance of food safety, both to customers who buy the products, and to those working in food production.
Traceability, avoiding contamination of widely-sold products, quality of ingredients…these and other factors are increasingly a matter of public concern.
Ensure you meet food safety standards – protect your core area of business:
Prove that you have also identified pre-requisite programmes (PRPs) for food safety for your sector of food production, to ensure food safety right through the supply chain:
Prevent, reduce or eliminate potential biological, chemical and physical food safety hazards, including those caused by cross-contamination:
Make sure that your policies for manufacture include meeting quality standards for food safety:
Maintain safe working conditions for your staff:
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Extend your quality control standards into other areas of your business:
If your supply chain includes buying ingredients from a range of providers around the globe, learn how to assess your shared working practices with current and potential partners: