(Where does the process under review begin and end). Include key steps: receipt, storage, batching, cooking, pasteurisation, retorting, etc.
Purpose of the HACCP analysis:
(What hazards are you seeking to identify and control – safety (microbial, physical and chemical). Is it a customer requirement to also control quality?
(A brief description of the product / product group and how it is presented)
(Statement of ingredients, where applicable)
Method of preservation:
(What methods are used to ensure the product meets its shelflife, for example acidification, freezing, Cook / chill, packaging)
Packaging – Primary:
(Unit of sale packaging, for example size, grade of material)
Packaging – secondary carton / shipper:
(Packaging that product is transported in or upon, for example – shipping carton, pallet, pallecon)
(Condition under which the finished product is to be held prior to dispatch and held by the customer – chilled, frozen, including the temperature range)
(Condition under which the finished product is to be transported to the customer – chilled, frozen, including the temperature range)
(Minimum time period before the product exhibits noticeable quality changes or microbial levels unsafe when stored under specified conditions. May also include shelflife after opening – where applicable)
(Additional labelling, other than required by the FSC to describe the product – Grower code, storage conditions, warnings, customer preparation)
(How the product is intended to be prepared by the consumer prior to consumption)
(Is The product specifically marketed at a sensitive population, for example infants, the elderly or for general consumption)
(Does the product contain ingredients that maybe hazardous to sensitive consumers, for example peanuts, gluten, sulphur dioxide, nitrites, fish etc)
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