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GFSI gives FSSC 22000 Full Approval

The FSSC 22000 Food Safety Management System had been benchmarked by GFSI, but was awaiting full approval by the GFSI board. That approval was announced today! Read the full press release Interest in FSSC 22000 is growing rapidly as many large multinational food companies are asking their suppliers to achieve Food Safety Management Systems Registration. […]

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GFSI Board meeting to be rescheduled

Because of the heavy snows the board meeting, where a review and pending decision on full GFSI recognition of FSSC 22000 was scheduled, was canceled and will be rescheduled soon. Information on the status of the standard is available at the Foundation for Food Safety Certification website.

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FSSC 22000 Certification Scheme Approved by GFSI

In a press release today from the Foundation for Food Safety Certification it was announced that the FSSC 22000 has beenapproved by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). This means that FSSC 22000 will join the other GFSI approved certifications schemes, and FSSC 22000 audits can start. When the Scheme was introduced to the public […]

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FSSC Certification Scheme Documents Posted

The Foundation for Food Safety Certification has added the scheme documents to their website at: http://www.22000-tools.com/fssc-22000.html The Global Food Safety Initiative will decide on approval of the scheme, and the documents could be changed during that process.

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FSSC 22000

FSSC 22000 The latest development in establishing a globally recognized food safety system standard comes with the expected release of the Foundation for Food Safety Certification, FSSC 22000. With this standard, ISO 22000 is augmented with a standard set of prerequisite programs to become FSSC 22000. By adding the prerequisite program document “PAS 220”, the […]

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Documentation of Processes

Documenting processes provides control and consistency of how processes are performed. You will need to document procedures called out by the standard as well as those required to ensure control of other processes in your FSMS. This means that your FSMS will have more documented procedures than just those specifically named in the standard but these procedures will be […]

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