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Regardless of their size or the nature of their products, every food producer is obligated to ensure the safety of their products and the health of their consumers. This is the reason for the existence of ISO 22000.
The repercussions of unsafe food can be severe. ISO's standards for managing food safety assist organisations in the identification and control of food safety risks, while also aligning with other ISO management standards like ISO 9001. ISO 22000 is applicable to all types of producers and offers an additional level of confidence within the worldwide food supply chain, facilitating the international movement of products and providing consumers with trustworthy food.
It establishes a framework for creating, implementing, maintaining, and improving a Food Safety Management System to identify and manage food safety hazards.
It applies to all organisations in the food supply chain, regardless of size or sector, including primary producers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and service providers.
It mandates a thorough hazard analysis to identify and assess biological, chemical, and physical hazards that can impact food safety.
Emphasises the importance of prerequisite programs (PRPs) like sanitation, pest control, and training to maintain a hygienic environment.
Organisations must establish and implement control measures, including critical control points (CCPs) and critical limits to prevent or mitigate identified hazards.
Stresses the significance of communication within the food supply chain, ensuring food safety information is shared with suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders.
Highlights leadership and management commitment to fostering a food safety culture within the organisation.
Encourages a culture of continuous improvement in food safety management through monitoring, measurement, analysis, and necessary process enhancements.
Allows organisations to seek certification to demonstrate compliance with ISO 22000 through assessment by third-party certification bodies.
ISO 22000 is an important tool for food businesses to ensure the safety and quality of their products, comply with regulatory requirements, and build trust with consumers. Implementing this standard can help prevent foodborne illnesses, protect brand reputation, and enhance overall food safety performance.
At Nedstar, it is our commitment to uphold the highest standards, ensuring product safety, compliance with regulations, and establishing trust with consumers.
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