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What is the difference between ISO 22000 and FSSC 22000?

What is the difference between ISO 22000 and FSSC 22000? ISO 22000 is not recognized by GFSI. (what is GFSI?) ISO 22000 is broad in scope. FSSC 22000 is recognized by GFSI. FSSC has a more limited scope. Current scopes included are: farming, perishable animal products, food processing, feed production, food ingredients and food packaging material manufacturing. […]

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FS22000- The new way to say FSSC 22000

Realizing that FSSC 22000 is a cumbersome way to refer to the Food Safety System Certification 22000, the board of stakeholders has determine to use the abbreviation FS22000. The official name will not change, and the website is still www.fssc22000.com but we can all refer to it by the short and easy to say name […]

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FSSC 22000: An overview of the requirements- Management Responsibility

FSSC 22000: Management Responsibility The standard requires that top management is involved with and committed to the food safety management system, recognizing that without top management commitment it would be unlikely that the FSMS would get the resources and support needed to ensure that it is an effective system. As part of this commitment management […]

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Video Podcasts on the PAS 220 Requirements for FSSC 22000

View a collection of podcasts to learn about the requirements of the PAS 220. For more detail on the requirements of PAS 220, see these great videos provided by LRQA and presented by Cor Groenveld. LRQA Food Safety Webinar, PART 9, TECHNICAL from Alex Briggs on Vimeo. LRQA Food Safety Webinar, PART 10 TECHNICAL from Alex […]

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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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