FSSC 22000

FSSC 22000 is a food safety certification scheme that creates a framework for food safety management, total supply chain management, and control of food safety hazards.

It incorporates hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) principles, implementation plans, and prerequisite programs (PRPs), additional GFSI requirements and based on ISO 22000.

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Globally Accepted Standard

FSSC 22000 is a leading global certification scheme with scopes recognised by GFSI and accepted around the world. Adopting the FSSC 22000 standard can provide your operations with competitive efficiencies on a worldwide basis.

Simple Transition from ISO 22000

Businesses can also transition to FSSC 22000 from other GFSI schemes.

Continuous Improvement

Leveraging ISO’s management system approach, FSSC 22000 cultivates continuous improvements throughout your business. It provides standardisation of food safety procedures, improved communication and drives efficiencies, transparency and confidence.

What Is It?

Achieve competitive efficiency worldwide.

FSSC 22000 provides a framework for businesses to ensure they meet their food safety and quality responsibilities. Building on ISO 22000 Food Safety Management, and with scopes recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), FSSC 22000 provides a practical structure for food safety management, total supply chain management and food safety hazard management.
Manufacturing of Food Products, Food Ingredients and (Bio) Chemicals

Processing of perishable animal products, plant products, mixed animal and plant products and the processing of ambient stable products.

Manufacturing of (bio)chemicals for example food, ingredients and additives, vitamins, minerals, bio-cultures, flavourings, enzymes and processing aids.

Food Packaging and Packaging Materials

Manufacture of food packaging and packaging material (e.g. direct, indirect contact with the food).

FSSC 22000 V5 – What Are the Changes?

From January 2020, all organisations certified to, or wanting to get certified to FSSC 22000, must be audited to FSSC 22000 V5.

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