FSSC 22000 Certification
Food safety is the main concern of consumers. There are many opportunities within the food supply chain to increase efficiency, safety, and productivity. By harnessing the power of the latest trends, it is easy to ensure that the supply chain is managed effectively, contributes to profitability, and provides a safe and high-quality product to consumers. For any company in the food supply chain, it is important to understand how your suppliers are building food safety into their processes. Food Safety has become a competitive edge in the global market for food products. Food safety assurance is critical to maintaining a safe and healthy food supply. Food safety assurance is a complex series of activities that requires significant up-front planning, identification of hazards, critical control points, and an action plan to deal with deviations in the food manufacturing process.
Safety assurance is the biggest marketing tool any food manufacturer can adopt. When a processor can assure consumers that they will continuously get safe products, consumers become the greatest asset for the company in terms of brand publicity. FSSC 22000 is one of the most important standards of structured organization with interactive communication throughout all the processing stages of the food supply chain. Effective communication ensures that all food safety hazards are properly maintained and controlled. Communication should not be limited to the internal organization, it should extend to both customers and suppliers. A Food Safety Plan improves consumers' confidence in the product. A Food Safety Plan minimizes the possibility of food poisoning. In a long run, a Food Safety Plan lowers production costs on raw material wastage and food recall. It has some operational benefits. Internal management efficiency helps to save time and resources. Faster growth of organization because of continual improvement in the processes. Standard risk and management practices and fewer chances of glitches. Improved food safety management system.
Benefits of FSSC 22000
FSSC 22000 helps to identify and control food safety hazards. It is easy to generate a food safety culture and reduces the risk of food safety incidents. FSSC 22000 is compatible with QMS and HACCP. It increases marketability and customer conference. FSSC 22000 has various operational benefits. It provides internal management efficiency and hence, saves time and resources. Continual improvement in the processes, therefore, faster growth. Standard risk and management practices and fewer chances of glitches. Improved food safety management system.
Organizations will get certified to this standard to demonstrate their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer, statutory and regulatory requirements. FSSC 22000 is a company-level certification based on a scheme developed by the Foundation for Food Safety Certification. The standard helps organizations ensure the supply of safe food and beverages. In addition to the requirements, FSSC 22000 fully incorporates ISO 22000 and pre-requisite programs.
It also certifies that the food, feed, and packaging safety systems of companies in the food chain that process or manufacture animal products, perishable vegetable products, products with a long shelf life, and other food ingredients like additives, vitamins, and bio-cultures.
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