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ISO 22000 FAQ’S

ISO 22000 FAQ’s

 

What is ISO 22000?

What is the difference between ‘certification’ and ‘accreditation’?

Why ISO 22000 is required?

Which organizations can implement ISO 22000?

 

 What is ISO 22000?

It is an international standard which is used to specify the  requirements for food safety management system where as organization  in the food chain needs to exhibit  its ability to control food safety  hazards,  in order to assure that food is secure at the time of human consumption.

What is the difference between ‘certification’ and ‘accreditation’?

In simple terms, accreditation is like certification by the certification body. In the mean while accreditation cannot be used as an interchangeable option for certification or registration.

Why ISO 22000 is required?

More and more food businesses are required in recent days so that their suppliers have a food safety Management system in place. ISO 22OOO is a necessary one if you wish to supply major food Companies or enter into new markets. The ISO 22000 Standard meets the requirements and standards of food safety across national borders

Which organizations can implement ISO 22000?

Organizations which can implement ISO 22000 are as follows;

  • Food manufacturing industry
  • Food ingredients industry
  • Food additives
  • Food transportation
  • Packing of food materials
  • Selling of food (retail or wholesale)
  • Serving prepared food (super markets)
  • Production of food equipment’s