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HACCP, or Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point, is an internationally recognized and widely used food safety program. This list of resources will help you understand and execute your plan to comply with the new FSMA rules.
Similar to Six Sigma and other manufacturing methodologies, HACCP is a data-driven approach to systematically evaluating and preventing possible hazards before they have a chance to occur. While HACCP can’t guarantee 100% food safety, the end objective is to make food products as safe as possible. This guide provides an overview of what food processing equipment buyers and operators need to know about HACCP, as well as solutions to help you audit HACCP compliance in your operations.
A non-conformance occurs when a food processing plant fails to meet the guidelines of its HACCP plan. Non-conformances can lead to huge problems for your business, from costly recalls to bankruptcy. This article explores the 10 most common food-testing non-conformances.
If you produce ready-to-eat foods, the risk of a contamination is high, and it can result in a costly recall of your products. That’s why the USDA and the FDA both have zero tolerance for L. monocytogenes. If you manage food processing equipment for ready-to-eat foods, then you need to have a plan for identifying and mitigating risks associated with this serious hazard. This article provides key pieces of information to help you make your plan.
A food processing product recall can irreversibly damage your company’s reputation. Recalls also have a ripple effect throughout the industry and economy. This article lists five of the largest food processing recalls in United States history, which serve as a sobering cautionary tale for all food processors and manufacturers.