Food safety is global concern and impact both consumers and business in the food industry. A food management system is most effective when it benchmarked against a proven standard and independently verified a third-party such as WQA. There are numerous food safety standards and findings in the correct one to meet your requirements can be a daunting task. Most standards incorporate HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice).
Food safety is a global concern and impacts both consumers and businesses in the food industry. While much of the world’s food supply is safe, several recent high profile cases underline the potential danger of food-borne illnesses to consumers. A food safety management system gives you a framework for effectively managing your food safety responsibilities.
Benefits of Implementing ISO 22000 / HACCP
Access new markets
Compliance with HACCP principles
Communication of HACCP concepts
Enabling communication about hazard with partners in the supply chain
Compliance with legal or business requirement
Competitive advantage in the marketplace
Identifying problem areas and opportunities for improvement
Care for public and commitment to their well-being
Greater staff awareness of, and increased visibility of company obligations