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Thursday, 26 November 2015

Examining the Narrative and Considerations in Your Food Safety and Quality Management:

Do the following with respect to your food safety and quality management considerations and narrative:

Instead of "3rd party requirements" or "3rd party standards", replace that with "consumer needs".

Instead of “compliance to standards or requirements”, replace that with “commitment to assuring the actual consumer experience of having safe and good quality products

Now answer these questions:

a.) Is the actual food safety and quality performance of your company’s product currently good enough and can you keep it good enough without the imposition of 3rd party requirements?

b.) Do you have the required knowledge about your business and products to produce safe, legal and good quality products or do you feel this knowledge must be acquired from imposing 3rd party requirements?

Has this exercise changed your thinking about your inability to do without 3rd party standards?

Posted By Felix Amiri
Felix Amiri is the current Food Sector Chair of GCSE-Food & Health Protection

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