HACCP and Food Safety Plan

HACCP and Food Safety Plan

Since its origin during the 1960s as a component of space travel, the utilization of HACCP Standards has extended all through the food business. The Food Safety Modernization Act (December 2010) is relied upon to prompt further reception of the idea. This page momentarily presents the idea of HACCP Certification and its advancement into a … Continue reading HACCP and Food Safety Plan

HACCP Certification overview

HACCP is a process control system where hazards might occur in the manufacturing process, to prevent the hazards from occurring. By strictly monitoring and controlling stringent actions of the process, there is less chance for hazards to occur. HACCP is traditionally implied in Food management for the identification, assessment, and control of safety hazards. HACCP … Continue reading HACCP Certification overview

Terminology of HACCP Plan Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points

Terminology of HACCP Plan: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points

Given the rapid scientific progress in the field of worldwide food preservation and manufacturing technology, and the subsequent improvement in food quality control and safety systems, theories of modern systems have arisen. These frameworks represent considerable authority in guaranteeing sanitation through an incorporated framework from raw materials engaged with assembling activities to the finished result … Continue reading Terminology of HACCP Plan: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points

Why do you need HACCP Certification?

Are you thinking to implement HACCP Certification in your business? We have come up with major reasons why your organization requires HACCP Certification in and post this COVID-19 Pandemic.The basic approach in the food industry is to provide safe food to the consumers and users and managing risk is implementing the HACCP system. The acronym … Continue reading Why do you need HACCP Certification?

HACCP for tea industry in Sri Lanka

The Sri Lankan tea industry is the third-largest agricultural crop country in the world providing about 19% of global tea all over the world. According to the status, Sri Lanka produces around 320 million kg of tea. Sri Lanka is the lead manufacturer of orthodox black tea. The country's major concern is to provide quality … Continue reading HACCP for tea industry in Sri Lanka