HACCP


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AcronymDefinition
HACCPHazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (FDA program)
HACCPHazard Analysis Critical Control Point
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Sadao Komemushi, Chief Advisor of Food Safety Network (FSN) Japan, discussed Japan's HACCP Institutionalization and Food Hygiene 7S.
An information campaign is being conducted for economic entities that want to introduce a food safety management system and the principles of HACCP in production, improve the competitiveness of domestic enterprises for the delivery of their products to the EAEU countries, the Ministry of Economy said.
The HACCP Certification Mark is confirmation, from an independent third-party product certifier, as to a non-food product's ability to support the integrity and safety of food as demanded by industry expectations, legislation and GFSI-endorsed standards.
However, only one company was chosen for this HACCP study because it exports some of its products.
Key words: HACCP; Implementation; Broiler farm; Productivity; Advantage.
Key words: Indigenous chicken, slaughter house, HACCP, Critical control points (CCPs)
-The independent Agency for HACCP standards in Macedonia was founded in 2013 and it is the single competent institution for introducing and certifying this system in Macedonia.
According to the US Food and Drug Administration, "HACCP is a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical, and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution, and consumption of the finished product."
British Standards International (BSI) business development manager for the Middle East & Africa Mathew John presented the HACCP certificate to the food quality controller and HACCP team leader of The Terrace restaurant last week.